January 26, 2008

>CNN article about how to be more effective when seeing your doctor. Wanted to pass it along:http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/01/23/ep.obnoxious/index.html

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January 22, 2008

>The value of your case depends on many factors. Each case is unique so be careful not to compare your case with a friend, co-worker, or neighbor's case.Some of the factors include: 1) Your...

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January 12, 2008

>Yes. You should speak to your attorney, however, before doing this. Once you return to work, the insurer will reduce your workers' comp checks accordingly. Sometimes, if you want to settle your case, it...

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January 3, 2008

>All types of injured workers in Pennsylvania-Nurses and nursing assistants who injure their back or shoulder from lifting a heavy patient or from being assaulted by a patient-Truck drivers who hurt their backs from...

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December 29, 2007

>There are several scenarios for when the insurance company can stop sending you your wage loss checks. If you settle your case for a lump sum of money, then your checks will stop after...

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December 20, 2007

>No! There is a direct conflict of interest between what you want and what they want. You, as the injured worker in Pennsylvania, simply want to obtain the benefits afforded to you by law-...

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December 18, 2007

>It depends. Generally, if your employer has posted a list of at least 6 doctors at your place of employment in a conspicuous location, and if you received and signed a form notifying you...

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December 7, 2007

>Call a workers' compensation lawyer right away. You'll need a Claim Petition filed and the sooner the better.You have 3 years from the date of the work injury or from the date you first...

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December 7, 2007

>Generally, yes. Once you put your physical condition at issue whether by filing a workers' comp claim, a personal injury lawsuit or a medical malpractice claim, your medical records are fair game. You lose...

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