Yes. However, the earnings must be reported to the insurer. And, you should speak to your work comp lawyer before accepting a job. Sometimes, it’s better to try to settle a case, and then return to work, rather than accepting a job with a new employer, which will diminish the value of settlement.
Working is always a good thing- but sometimes it pays off to analyze the timing of accepting a new position. Getting advice from an experienced PA Work Comp Lawyer is very important in these circumstances.
For more info about jobs and PA Work Comp, contact experienced Pennsylvania Work Comp Lawyer Michael W. Cardamone at 215-206-9068 or Michael@cardamonelaw.com for a FREE consult 7 days a week.