Category: Workers’ Compensation

What Happens If I’m Injured While on Medical Restrictions?

September 29, 2017
After you’ve been injured at work, it’s very likely that you’ll be given work restrictions by your doctor. If this happens, you’ll be able to return to work in a light duty job. This job is likely a modified version of your old job, or an alternative job that complies with your restrictions. In many […]
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When Should I Get a Second Opinion?

September 21, 2017
As workers’ compensation attorneys, we get asked a lot of questions every day. One of the questions we hear most frequently is, “When should I get a second opinion on my medical treatment?” We love getting these questions because it shows that our clients and potential clients are engaged in their cases and are working […]
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Will Workers’ Comp Cover an Idiopathic Fall?

October 5, 2017
Idiopathic conditions are often related to work injuries. Whether or not these injuries are covered by workers’ compensation often depend on exactly how the injury occurred and what caused it. When looking at idiopathic conditions, it’s important to first determine what exactly does “idiopathic” mean?   Idiopathic refers to conditions that are spontaneous or pre-existing. […]
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What Are Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements?

October 17, 2017
If you are receiving Medicare and have been injured at work, you may have heard of Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements or WCMSA. When dealing with workman’s comp and Medicare, you may be required to set up a WCMSA as part of your settlement. If this happens, you will be asked to set aside a […]
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When Time is Not on Your Side: Timeliness of Reporting an Injury at Work

September 12, 2017
It’s summer time! And with the hot weather sometimes comes physically demanding jobs. Of course, a rise in the amount of work brings a rise in the number of accidents and injuries. Many times, we think we can “walk it off,” we tell ourselves that we’ll feel better eventually, or that it’s just part of […]
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