AB 203: How Global Climate Change and Valley Fever Impact Workers’ Compensation

According to a recent University of California Irvine study, scientists predict that with increasing temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns associated with client change, the incidence of human coccidioidomycosis (valley fever) will double in the areas where the disease is present and will impact previously untouched communities throughout the West.

To read the article written by Shannon Blair, Elizabeth Epstein and Theodore Penny which was originally published in Workers’ Compensation Quarterly, a publication of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the California Lawyers Association – Click Here.

February 17, 2020