November 26, 2007

>Here is a link to the CNN story on you tube. I see this every week in my representation of injured workers in Pennsylvania - legitimate claims that are denied. While you are suffering...

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November 19, 2007

>Yes. These are LIBC forms and the insurers send them out from time to time to inquire about your working status and physical condition. If you fail to fill out and return these forms...

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November 4, 2007

>Call me!Work injuries are often minimized on the Notice of Compensation Payable document. An insurer only has 21 days to accept or deny a claim once notice is given by the injured worker in...

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October 21, 2007

>I hear this question at least one time virtually every single week. The injured worker in Pennsylvania receives restrictions from either his or her treating physician, or from the IME physician. She then returns...

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October 10, 2007

>There are many types of work injuries I see in practice, some of which include:back injuries (ie, herniated disc, aggravation of prior back injury, sprain, etc)rotator cuff tearscarpal tunnel syndrometorn lateral or medial meniscustendonitissprains,...

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October 6, 2007

>Yes, if you have adequate proof that you incurred such expenses, have receipts/cancelled checks/documentation, and can show that the expenses relate to your accepted work injury. Employers often defend these claims, holding that Claimant...

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October 2, 2007

If you've reached my blog from viewing G Cobb's website- welcome! Feel free to sound off here about the Eagles/Giants game or the Phillies incredible NL East Title! And, don't forget- if you or...

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September 26, 2007

Absolutely not. Many insurers will deny claims under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act for various reasons- some good, some bad. Regardlesss, you should immediately call a workers' compensation attorney so that he or she...

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September 25, 2007

Yes. You should apply and you will be accepted under certain conditions. Call me for a full analysis of your case. There will be a credit for the Employer if you obtain UC benefits....

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