Q: my dr told me to be off and they are dyeing my work comp I can not return till I PT what do I need to do to fight this
I had a sonogram done and the dr said there was a torn muscle and 2 small hernias'. Work comp called me yesterday and said they are dynein my claim but my dr told me I can not return till I have PT
A: The answer is that you need to consult with an attorney, preferably one certified as a specialist in workers' compensation law, asap. A Claim Petition will need to be filed and litigated. An attorney can explain in more detail how this will work based on the facts in your case. Good luck!
A: I am sorry to hear about the problems that you are having with your Workers Compensation Claim.
Given the fact that you have been advised by the Workers Compensation Carrier that they will be denying your Claim, it is my recommendation that you promptly contact an Attorney who is a Certified Specialist in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Law to discuss your case, in greater detail, at which time you will be able to determine your rights and remedies.
More than likely, a Claim Petition will need to be filed on your behalf.
Please note the consultation with an Attorney will more than likely be free of charge and most Attorneys will accept your Case on a Contingent Fee Basis.
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