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Blog Posts in June, 2015

  • Using Surveillance Video to Prove Your Case

    Increasingly we find ourselves in stores, public buildings, highways, intersections and other frequently visited places where we are being recorded by video surveillance cameras. Whether for safety or loss prevention purposes, these cameras often run 24/7/365. However, just because the camera is pointing in the right direction does not mean it actually captures an accident or injury. Just like ...
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  • Understanding Re-Opener Rights in Workers' Compensation

    It is important to understand that if you are injured in a compensable work related accident, you have the right to receive medical treatment paid for by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier. This is referred to as authorized medical treatment. If you settle your case by way of an Order Approving Settlement, then you have two years from the date that you last receive a payment ...
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  • Six Steps to Take if Injured at Work to Help Protect Against Retaliatory Discharge.

    In today’s economy, a common concern among employees is job security. There are significant concerns over losing a job, finding a job, and replacing employment based medical benefits following a job loss. So many of us, regardless of industry, share the same concerns because in general it is difficult to find a job in today’s market place. Workers that are injured on the job may be reluctant to ...
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