Workers Compensation

18
MAY
2017
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What is The Process of Claiming Worker’s Compensation After a Construction Site Injury?

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Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that provides a worker with cash benefits or medical care in case he/she gets injured or becomes ill in the course of doing his job. The claims of construction accidents are mostly based on accusations of negligence of another. Worker...
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01
MAY
2017
Construction accident

Are Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury Claims Actually Different?

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The lyrics of a children’s song say it well. “One of these things are not like the other.” So, how does this actually apply if you or a loved one is injured in an accident? Are there differences between workers’ comp and personal injury claims? And, are they mutually exclusive?...
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04
APR
2017
Worker’s Compensation

Why the Odd Lot Doctrine May be Important to You

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You were badly injured at work, but not deemed totally disabled. Nevertheless, you’ve already learned that you can’t ever go back to doing your old job. Yet, you don’t have the skills to do anything else. These are just a couple of considerations that might make you a candidate...
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01
APR
2017
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Pursuing a Case When You Don’t Know Who Injured You

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As accidents happen, it’s not always so evident who causes them. Likewise, it’s sometimes difficult to determine the identity of the involved parties. So, what happens? Is it possible to pursue a case when you don’t know whose actions resulted in your injuries? Take for the...
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03
MAR
2017
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Are Invisible Injuries Actually a Myth in Work Accidents?

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No doubt you already know this. Invisible injuries are a reality. They may not show up on x-rays or MRIs. However, there is no question that someone can be hurt at work and not show noticeable signs of harm. The most visible injuries include those that require casts for broken...
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01
FEB
2017
Workers' Comp Claim

Can Your Workers’ Comp Claim be Denied for Intoxication?

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You should know a few things about intoxication on the job. In particular, what happens if your employer thinks you are under the influence when you have a work-related accident? Can your workers’ compensation claim be denied for intoxication? The answer is maybe. It’s one thing...
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23
NOV
2016
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How to Contest a Denied Workers Compensation Claim?

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It’s bad enough to get hurt on the job. But what happens when your employer or their insurance company denies your workers’ compensation claim? What steps do you need to contest the denial and receive benefits legally due to you? Unfortunately, denial of workers’ compensation...
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01
NOV
2016
Work Injury Claim Form

What You Need to Know about Reopening Your Workers Compensation Case?

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Court orders seem to add finality to many types of cases. However, some workers’ compensation matters are the exception. Just because the judge put through an award, doesn’t mean you can’t go back. What do you need to know about reopening your workers’ compensation case? There...
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17
OCT
2016
Work Injury Claim Form

Five Valuable Secrets You Should Know about Occupational Exposure

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So, maybe they aren’t all secrets.  But, occupational exposure as a workers’ compensation claim can be a very big deal.  People go to work to earn money.  They certainly don’t intend to suffer injuries.  Especially serious ones. The term “occupational exposure” sounds...
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29
AUG
2016
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Can a Heart Attack Actually be a Work-Related Injury?

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Be aware.  Not all heart attacks are actually considered work-related injuries.  Obviously, some can be causally related.  However, it’s not as simple as breaking your leg on the job.  Learn why. A recent New Jersey case deals with the issue of cardiac arrest due to work...
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