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Todd D. McFarren

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • M.A.
    Kent State University
  • J.D.
    University of San Francisco
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premiumDollars, 22 July 2013 [cached]
SACRAMENTO, CA - Todd McFarren, the president of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association (CAAA), whose members represent Californians injured on the job, said today that the workers' compensation insurance companies' proposed rate increase would go to "denying injured workers the medical care they need." McFarren responded to an insurance industry research group's proposed rate hike by noting that, "Since 1994, when SB 899 was enacted, the largest portion of employers' premiums has gone to insurers' profits, not to injured workers' care or compensation for their permanent disabilities. And much of this proposed increase, supposedly due to higher medical costs, is actually going to pay for insurers' expenses to review, and usually deny, requests for medical care, rather than providing the care injured workers need so that they can return to work." McFarren pointed out that, "Insurers have pocketed record profits since the Schwarzenegger reforms took effect 5 years ago, and injured workers' compensation has fallen to among the lowest in the nation.
NEWS RELEASE: Injured Workers, Advocates Oppose "Largest-Ever" Workers Comp. Insurance Rate Increase - Comp News - CAAA, 20 Mar 2006 [cached]
"Much of the industry's proposed increase would actually pay for insurers' expenses to review, and almost always reduce, delay or deny recommended medical care, not to pay for medical care injured workers need so they can return to work," said Todd McFarren, CAAA Legislative Chair.
McFarren, CAAA Legislative Chair, said, "It is folly to believe insurance industry claims that the reforms are no longer reducing costs.
President Todd McFarren, ..., 19 May 2009 [cached]
President Todd McFarren, Esq.
Todd McFarren is a certified specialist in workers compensation, immediate past president of WILG, and partner in the law firm of ROLM. He studied Philosophy, B.A., M.A and Political Science, M.A. at Kent State University. He received his J.D. from the the University of San Francisco. He is editor of "Workplace Injury Litigation" (Lawyers & Judges Publishing Co.) and coeditor of "New Solutions: Assessing Workers Compensation."
McFarren served as Mayor of Watsonville for two terms. He has taught Philosophy at Cabrillo College since 1985. Yolanda and Todd have three children, Erica, just married, Ian, second year in college and Winnie, a junior in HS. McFarren is active in Vietnam Veterans of America and enjoys chess and exercise.
Todd McFarren, Esq. Rucka, O'Boyle, Lombardo & McKenna 119 East Beach Watsonville, CA 95076 Phone: (831) 728-4200
Board of Governors, 8 Mar 2011 [cached]
Todd McFarren Rucka, O'Boyle, Lombardo & McKenna
Board Of Directors | Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group, 3 Mar 2013 [cached]
Todd D. McFarren Rucka, O'Boyle, Lombardo & McKenna
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