The Pennsylvania Department of Insurance hiked the workers compensation insurance premium for the second time within a year. The Department of Insurance already hiked rates 6.6% that went into effect on February 1, 2018. This
Over the past eight weeks, for some reason, I have had three different claim petitions filed on behalf in injured workers in which the employer and its insurance carrier failed to file a timely answer.
It is that time. With 2018 on the horizon, businesses are trying to get some loose ends tied up before the calendar turns. Workers compensation insurance carriers are the same way. They like to close
An obvious question asked by many clients is just how long does Workers Compensation litigation take in Pennsylvania. It is a concerning issue for many injured workers because they are either off work with a
You may have heard about Medicare Set Aside agreements when it comes to Workers Compensation lump sum settlements. They are complex and confusing too many. Let me try and help explain a little about this
A Notice of Ability to Return to work in a standard form in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation claims. I get calls from clients and potential clients that are concerned about receiving this form. So what is
Is there any interplay between a lump sum workers compensation settlement and social security disability benefits? Yes, there is. And your workers compensation attorney better be aware of it. Social Security is still entitled to
Governor Tom Wolf announced that Pennsylvania Workers Compensation rates improved, yet again. Pennsylvania fell from 17th in down to 26th in workers compensation insurance costs for businesses. That is a pretty big jump and shows