One of the first things asked when setting up an appointment to see me regarding a work injury is – – – what information do I need to bring to the free consultation? I can
When you are injured at work, my advice to you is to provide details you know and remember. This advice applies to both the description of injury and the extent of injuries. Let me explain
Recently, I have done several posts on pre-existing conditions and work injuries. I’ve done so because pre-existing conditions are a common thread in many workers compensation denials. However, again, the fact a pre-existing condition exists
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry has released it’s 2018 average weekly wage rates. Your average weekly wage determines your corresponding compensation rate, the rate your would be paid each week if you were
As we sit at the doorstep to 2018, I want to provide you the top five posts from my blog this year in Workers Compensation. These posts I chose due to traffic and due to
In Pennsylvania, if you have a pre-existing condition and get hurt at work, you may still be eligible for workers compensation benefits. Often, injured workers are advised by their employer that they can’t file for
Under Pennsylvania law, do I have to return to light duty when I am hurt on the job. Why would an injured worker ask that? Well, it isn’t that these clients are lazy, not at all.
Either way you look at it, a work injury can be financially disturbing for many. Many injured workers have their injury denied, meaning they are receiving no income while they litigate their claim. Others have