Short Answers to Complex California Workers'
Compensation QME Questions
What is a QME Evaluation?
What to Expect during your QME Examination
Before your QME Examination
About Scheduling your QME Examination
California Workers Compensation References
About Dr. Buch - Specializes in performance enhancement and the treatment of musculoskeletal injury. He received his Degree in Kinesiological Studies from California State University, Hayward and his Chiropractic degree from Life West Chiropractic College. Co-authored a cervical spine range of motion study which was published in the Journal "Spine".
Dr.Buch's Curriculum Vitae View abstract from the Journal Spine, Co-Authored by Dr. Buch, 1999
Dr. Buch has been California State Appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator since 2001 and performs medical legal examinations in the San Francisco East Bay Area. Dr. Buch is also a California DWC Medical Unit approved provider of QME continuing education, and is the course administrator for QMECEU.com.
If you have received a QME panel list from the State of California which includes Dr. Buch, please call . Our Office Manager Maggie Tan will be happy to assist you in scheduling your appointment.
This page presents background information regarding California
Workers' Compensation and is not intended as a substitute for
legal counsel. If you require further information contact either
Compensation Office of Assistance,
or seek assistance from a Workers' Compensation Attorney.
Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.