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Brian Jay Kredo

Philadelphia Workers' Compensation Lawyer.

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  1. Workers comp

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Robert L. Cullen
    2. Levi Samuel Wolf
    3. Robert Alan Huber
    4. Brian Jay Kredo
    5. Karl P. Voigt IV
    6. ···
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    Yes, your employer would absolutely be responsible for any additional injuries you sustain as a result of the restricted duty work you are now performing. Under the Workers Compensation Act, both the employer and the employee must act in good faith with regard to the restricted duty job offer. If you feel the employer is pushing you too hard or not following the restrictions the doctor imposed, they would not be acting in good faith. If you have not already done so, you should immediately...

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  2. Workers comp

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Alan Huber
    2. Levi Samuel Wolf
    3. Brian Jay Kredo
    4. Karl P. Voigt IV
    5. Robert L. Cullen
    6. ···
    9 lawyer answers

    Yes, you can and should refuse to allow the nurse case manager to speak with your doctor and accompany you to office visits. Would you want the insurance company to be in the room at each and every office visit urging your doctor to get you back to work? Certainly not. The nurse case manager is essentially a representative from the insurance company. He or she will take notes, report to the insurance company following every appointment and often will discuss your condition with the doctor...

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