I have not recieved work loss payments at all in 45 days, but recieved med treatmemt. The adjuster has put a halt to all payment med. Amd wage loss until all med records are investigated. That was written on my deny letter as the reason. I was hur...
As indicated above, they will look to see if a pre-existing or prior accident is the cause of your current symptoms.See question
i have an open wc case, i was burned on one side of my body and broke my left leg causing permanet nerve damage and a "drop foot". Ive been told by family members that had wc cases before that he is not supposed to receive anything until the case ...
It is not at all unusual for a workers' compensation attorney to collect a fee outside of a lump sum settlement. But, as indicated above, be guided by the fee agreement that you signed.See question
got another mri done have an impingment curved type 2 undersurface acromion since all the above happened the job was trying to fire me. and wont provide me with lite duty.i only can come back if releast to full duty. now my dr. is saying i cannot ...
You are almost certainly going to need an attorney. In the meantime, be sure to keep treating with your doctor.See question
I was injured on the job working for the city of Phila. I've been receiving checks under Workmans Comp for over 2 months with no Federal or State taxes taken out but over $100 per pay period of City Wage Tax taken out. Is this legal?
As a City of Philadelphia employee, you are likely receiving what is known as Regulation 32 benefits, rather than Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation benefits. This is a bargained-for benefit unique to CIty workers, It provides for benefits similar to workers' comp benefits but with some important distinctions, such as amount of benefits and the right to choose your own doctor. You can get additional information on it from your union or at this web site:
i am currently usung my partial disability insurance and my employer states in the hand book that you must work 36 hrs a week to be full time. can they deside thar i dont work enough hours to be considered full time and take away my full time beni...
Unless you are in a union with a collective bargaining agreement that provides otherwise, you are likely at the mercy of the employer and whatever criteria they have set forth in the handbook with regard to health insurance and other fringe benefits.See question
i was injured at work, i was fired a week later the cause of termination absentism,
You'll need to contact an experienced workers' compensation attorney. Many on this site or your local Bar Association can make a referral.See question
I'm considering a W/C settlement offer. Former employer claimed I was laid off but they actually terminated me, discovered only after my 401k administrator notified me I was ineligible to roll into a private IRA by missing the 90 day window. The I...
"Can the carrier still insist on a resignation. . .?"
In a settlement, any party can insist on anything. The question really is whether you have enough leverage to get the carrier or employer to remove the resignation requirement. As has been suggested by other responses, it would be unwise to finalize this settlement without having it reviewed by an experienced workers' compensation attorney.