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4 Reasons You Should See A Doctor After A Work-Related Injury

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Getting injured at work can be a stressful and traumatizing experience. However, it is critical to take all the necessary steps to obtain workers’ compensation. One of the steps is seeing a doctor right away. When you suffer a work-related injury or illness, you should promptly notify your employer. Once you report your injury,… Read More »

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5 Questions To Ask Your Harrisburg Workers’ Compensation Attorney

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

If you were injured at work in Harrisburg or other parts of Pennsylvania, you could benefit from contacting a skilled workers’ compensation attorney to discuss your case. It is essential to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable attorney to discuss your workers’ compensation case. However, when you speak with an attorney, you need to… Read More »

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What Documents Do You Need For Your Workers’ Compensation Claim In Pennsylvania?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

While seeking workers’ compensation benefits may seem like a straightforward process, injured workers need strong evidence to support their claim. That is why it is advisable to seek the help of a Harrisburg workers’ compensation attorney to determine what documents you need to collect to build a strong claim and get compensated for all… Read More »

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What Is ‘Subrogation’ In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Cases?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Most employees in Pennsylvania are covered by workers’ compensation. Thus, when an employee sustains injuries in a workplace accident or develops an occupational disease, they are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. But many workers do not fully understand how Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation works. One of the most confusing aspects of workers’ compensation is “subrogation.”… Read More »

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What Is Covered By Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Many workers in Pennsylvania mistakenly believe that they can receive workers’ compensation benefits for any injury they suffered at work. Unfortunately, it not true. As discussed earlier, Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation law does not cover certain types of injuries. If you suffered a work-related injury or were diagnosed with an occupational disease, consult with our… Read More »

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I’ve Received A Notice Of Compensation Payable, But What Does It Mean?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Workers who get injured at work and pursue a workers’ compensation claim in Pennsylvania may receive a Notice of Compensation Payable from their employer’s insurance carrier. If you received such a notice when seeking workers’ compensation benefits, you might wonder, “What does it mean, and what happens next?” If you were injured in the… Read More »

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Filing A Workers’ Compensation Vs. Third-Party Injury Claim After A Work-Related Injury

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Employees who sustain injuries at work or develop work-related illnesses are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits in Pennsylvania. In some cases, an injured worker may also be able to recover damages from a third party whose negligence caused their injury. So, if you were injured at work, should you pursue a third-party personal injury… Read More »

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What Are The Different Types Of Petitions An Employer Can File While You Are Collecting Workers’ Compensation?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

If you are eligible for workers’ compensation wage loss benefits, you need to understand the different types of petitions that you may receive while collecting the benefits. Below, we will discuss the three petitions that a worker may receive while receiving compensation benefits for their work-related injury or illness: Termination, Suspension, and Modification petitions…. Read More »

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Can I Go On Vacation While Receiving Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

While you can go on vacation while receiving workers’ compensation benefits, doing so may negatively affect your claim or may even lead to the suspension of your benefits. However, whether or not going on vacation can complicate your workers’ compensation case depends on your unique circumstances. If you are considering going on vacation while… Read More »

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What Happens If I Receive A Notice Of Suspension Of Benefits?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

If you have received a Notice of Suspension of Benefits while on workers’ compensation, do not hesitate to contact a lawyer right away. If you do not take action immediately, your wage loss checks will stop. A Notice of Suspension of Benefits means that your employer filed a petition to suspend your wage loss… Read More »

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