Blog Posts in November, 2016

  • Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) & Workers' Comp Claims

    || 30-Nov-2016

    A work injury that requires a fair amount of treatment will typically entitle the injured worker to weekly income benefits, if disabled from work, and also to medical benefits for treatment of the injury. Regarding medical benefits, there are two different types of medical costs that play out over time: upfront costs and ongoing costs. The upfront cost is what is necessary for initial treatments, ...
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  • Workers' Compensation Claims Involving Multiple States

    || 16-Nov-2016

    Most employees in the country work out of a single office, store, or premises. Some may be sent to various jobsites throughout a city, such as a subcontractor. And yet, there are a select few who actually travel in between states as part of their job duties. Many of these multistate workers are in the shipping and transportation industries, such as truck drivers and flight attendants, but there ...
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