Compassion over service & personal injury lawsuits

with law professor & author, Daniel L. Hatcher, Executive Director of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association, Diane Worley and Attorney Kathy McArthur

790 KABC, May 3, 2020

THIS SUNDAY ON GURVEY’S LAW — Throughout the pandemic, we are hearing stories that government financial aid isn’t always going where it should. According to Daniel L. Hatcher, law professor at the University of Baltimore and author of the book, “The Poverty Industry: The Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizen,” these issues are deeper and more troubling than people realize. His book exposes disturbing perverse incentives of various contemporary aid systems. Hatcher, who is featured in Netflix’ documentary "The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez,“ joins Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem to talk about injustices involving companies like Maximus that puts profits over compassion and service. Also joining Alan and Kerri is Diane Worley, Executive Director of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association, to talk about how this issue impacts medical treatment in the California Workers’ Compensation system. And, if that isn’t enough, maybe you are thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit because of the pandemic? Attorney Kathy McArthur of the Georgia law firm McArthur Law Firm has some important advice for you! Tune in on Sundays from 5 pm to 6 pm PST on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio, on Alexa at Talkradio 790 KABC and streaming live at!

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