answered on Nov 30, 2022
There is no issue with a person getting access to a Workers' Compensation lawyer. Those lawyers work on contingent fees, so there is no up-front cost to engaging one to help with your workers' compensation case.
It’s the same arm is the reason they gave. But I injured my elbow and bicep before two years ago, this time it’s my shoulder.
answered on Apr 22, 2023
It depends. Was your previous rating to the “arm” or the “hand?” When the doctor gave you the most recent rating, did he comment (in his office notes) about any previous disability? It is hard to give you a good answer without more information. But one thing is for sure— the... Read more »
Do I need to get one from my previous state? Thanks
answered on Oct 21, 2022
Yes, you do. Each state has its own state-specific workers’ comp laws and procedures. If you need a referral, contact me directly.
Bob Bollinger, Charlotte NC
answered on Nov 12, 2021
Who knows? It depends on a lot of things you have not mentioned. What is your compensation rate, rating, restrictions, education level, employment history, transferable job skills, future medical need, etc. All of us workers' compensation Certified Specialist lawyers give free... Read more »
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