I've been injured, still reporting to work on light duty for 10 months now. My question is, how long do I have to actually file a claim and settle? Again, I haven't missed any work days, or received ANY benefits other than my medical treatments, b...
You have one year from your injury to file a claim. Settlement is voluntary for both sides. I would suggest you contact a lawyer ASAPSee question
I fell at my old job last Oct. I injured my right knee ND left elbow..
You should be able to file a workers comp claim, but you need to do within a year of your injury.See question
Not working bankruptcy wants all of the settlement.
You should discuss with your bankruptcy and WC lawyer. I know that in some instances WC proceeds are exempt from bankruptcy.See question
I was loading a truck and the driver pulled the truck away and I went out the building on the forklift and when they checked the safety locks someone had tied them down I contacted a lawyer then. Months went by with no contact from me to him ,or h...
I would recommend you try to make an appointment to sit down and talk to your lawyer. If still no response, you can find another lawyer to handle.See question
Worked for over 15 years. Not concesdent
I'm not sure if you have already filed your claim? I would suggest you talk to an attorney ASAP. There may be statute of limitations issues.See question
Finish job worked hurt asks 3 times for incident report never got one went to doctor put on light duty said my sciatica nerve was messed up told boss for a week he said he could not work me til released from Dr told him 2 days before Dr released m...
You need to file a claim and talk to a lawyer about finding a WC doctor. It sounds like your claim was not even reported to the WC insurer.See question
My weekly benefits were stopped in early May. Employer has cancelled once last month. Hearing is rescheduled this month.
The Employer/Insurer gets an automatic reset the first time. After that, your attorney can object. It will be up to the judge.See question
My back pain wouldn't stop, even after injections so I had another MRI done. Results came back showing THREE more herniated discs, this time in s1-s2, s2-s3, s3..my first MRI showed L5-s1 herniation and L3-L4 herniation...only, they didn't do my S...
It will depend on what your doctor says. If the WC relates it back, yes it should be covered. The insurer will likely fight it either way.See question
I decided not to continue my care under the physician I was seeing when my claim was still open. The treatment I received was atrocious. I was not going to pay out of pocket for sloppy care, so I cancelled a follow up appt. I plan to relocate out ...
I would suggest you consult with a social security disability attorney on this site.See question
I have a concern. My back injury (2 herniated disc, 1 in t-spine, other in lumbar w/annual tear and 1 bulging disc in lumbar), seems to have gotten worse with pain. I've had 3 injections, with increased pain afterwards, and it now seems that my pa...
You definitely don't want to ask for a full duty release from any doctor. If you don't have a lawyer, I would consult one ASAP to talk about your getting another medical opinion and/change in doctor ASAPSee question