I get asked this question all the time. Remember, it takes two to tango. You cannot settle your PA Work Comp case on your own. The work comp carrier and/or employer must agree to the terms of the settlement. Generally speaking, you will want to first hire an experienced, Certified PA Work Comp Lawyer. If … More How Do I Settle My Pennsylvania Work Comp Case?
This scenario happens frequently in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation cases. Why? Well, the insurer/employer is permitted an “Independent Medical Exam” every 6 months and they often send you to doctors who will have a propensity to opine that you’re recovered from the work-related injury and/or that any ongoing disability may be real but related to non- … More PA Workers Comp- The IME Doctor Claims I Am Recovered But I Am Not- What Should I Do?
I get many phone calls from clients and prospective clients about the peculiar document, called a Notice of Ability To Return To Work. This is a form, LIBC 757, sent to an injured worker pursuant to Section 306(b) (3) of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. That provision states, “If the insurer receives medical evidence that … More What Does A Notice Of Ability To Return To Work (LIBC 757) Mean In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation?