Monthly Archives: May 2014

How Does Surveillance Work In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation?

Is surveillance of injured workers allowed under the law? Yes. As long as the surveillance company is not on your private property. Why is surveillance done? Because the employers and insurers want to see if an injured worker is doing any activities that are inconsistent with the purported injuries. Will you be able to review […]

Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Guide To Specific Loss And Amputations

  Specific loss under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law can be quite confusing. These benefits, under Section 306(c) of the Act, are for loss of use or amputation of a member of the body, binaural hearing impairment of greater than 10 percent, loss of vision in one or both eyes, and disfigurement (head, face, or […]