I was hurt on my job, the first injury was to my rite wirsk, a acute tourn ligament the orthopedic doctors ordered surgery , the company did not put me on lite duty like the doctor ordered, I was in a lot of pain, the company had me working my sa...
There is not enough information here, but no, it does not sound like a $300k case; however, that depends on how long you will be unable to work and how high your workers' comp rate is.See question
I work for the GDOT. I was injured on the job and now am being told due to my injuries I wont be able to return to work. I am looking for a lawyer with experience in dealing with DOAS and winning.
Good luck! Lots of us have had cases with DOAS, but since they have not been budgeting to settle cases, we can't get paid, meaning few attorneys want to take cases against them.See question
My husband tore his miniscus 3 years ago and had surgery. He was cleared and sent back to work. Two months ago, he was playing football and hurt his knee. He went to the doctor and was told to be off of it for a week, then cleared and went back to...
If he aggravated the old injury at work, it is a new injury and can be filed under workers' comp.See question
Ok my bf currently has an on going workers compensation law suite going on . They fired him because he had to miss a day of work because of family issues . So will he still be able to continue with his case?
Yes, he can. Getting fired doesn't jeopardize the case, all other factors being equal (and unknown, in this case).See question
Ok my bf currently has an on going workers compensation law suite going on . They fired him because he had to miss a day of work . So will he still be able to continue to sue
Yes, he can continue with his workers' comp case.See question
January 15, 2016 I ruptured my right bicep tendon and got a complete tear of my rotator cuff. I'm being denied weekly benefits due to a previous surgery (years ago any completely recovered) however not the surgery. When I seen the first dr he put ...
Since you are my client, you should have asked me about this stuff instead of the Internet. We filed the hearing request, and we are fighting them to get your benefits started.
Workers' compensation litigation does not happen overnight. Be patient.See question
I returned to work, without restrictions per MD, after a 2 month loa (from neck issues--had several procedures). I work as a RN and on the 2nd weekend of working, I lifted a patient and had a horrific pain. It was reported. It was a similar pain ...
Get rid of her. Read this too: http://moelaw.com/blog/dont-want-nurse-case-manager-assigned-caseSee question