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"I am used to the hard, cold, and usually unforgiving black letter law. This book is easy to read and is extremely informative on all areas of Texas Workers' Compensation. I feel it is a "must have" for anyone who practices in this area." Richard Pena, Claimant's Attorney, and Past President, State Bar of Texas. "Absolutely outstanding! The research, organization and content is a must for any practitioner contemplating the handling of a Texas workers' compensation claim." Michael L. Sprain, Sprain Law Firm, P.C. "This book contains everything you need to know to handle a workers' compensation case in Texas, including strategy considerations for all parties and relevant case law. Written by authors who are thought leaders in the Texas workers' compensation arena, this book is a must have for all professionals on every side of a claim." Matt Lewis, Rogers, Booker & Lewis, P.C. Attorneys, claim adjusters, physicians, self-insured employers and vocational rehabilitation workers will all find Texas Workers' Compensation Handbook a valuable tool for understanding the Texas workers' compensation system. Reviewed and organized by leading experts, Albert Betts, Jr. and Stuart D. Colburn, Texas Workers' Compensation Handbook brings clarity to this complex area of law by providing: • Detailed analysis • All relevant statutes and regulations Excellent recap of recent court decisions and DWC noteworthy decisions • Comprehensive description of current practice and procedure • New! Bench Bar Book • Tables, charts, and reference directory • Detailed index • Extensive cross-references to Larson's Workers' Compensation, Desk Edition.