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DO I NEED MY DOCTOR TO TESTIFY FOR MY PENNSYLVANIA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CASE?

By Ira H. Weinstock |

The simple answer is maybe.   It depends on the length and severity of your injury as well whether the injury was obvious.  An obvious injury has been found to be one where an employee is doing something at work that “requires force or strain and pain is immediately experienced at the point of force… Read More »

“Renting” a Workers’ Compensation Claim and Payment of Medical Bills

By Ira H. Weinstock |

After given timely notice of a work-related injury, a supervisor must then notify its workers’ compensation insurance company of the claim. The adjuster assigned to the case is required by the Workers’ Compensation Act to conduct an investigation and within 21 days either formally accept responsibility for paying wage loss and/or medical benefits (via… Read More »

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