lwop on my employment status when choosing not to contribute my sick/personal leave? I am aware Workers comp is considered lwop. Also if I choose to contribute sick leave while on worker's comp can my employer require that when I return to work I continue to loose wages to pay for the sick... View More
For example, you are in an accident with another driver unrelated to your employment, who is liable for the accident while you were on the clock with your employer. As a result of being on the clock, you filed for Worker’s Compensation and you received benefits under Worker’s Comp. You then...View More
I work for a cannery in Alaska 16hrs shifts, they provide food and room. They hire us from out of state. I tested positive last month and this month again due to a roommate having covid. I have chest pain and can't return to work and I still have covid. tested positive three days ago. I... View More
This is something that an experienced workers' comp attorney should advise on, but your question remains open for two weeks. COVID has introduced new issues in the workers' comp sector, so it would be best for you to reach to an experienced attorney. Many law firms in this field offer...View More
State: Alaska. This is about a family member who was hurt on the job. He had a first surgery that didn't go well. He then changed doctors went through the proper channels, had the second surgery which was originally approved by them. Then now after the surgery the workers compensation is... View More
Did the WC insurance carrier explain why they won't pay for the second surgery? It could be one of several reasons.
I might be able to help your family member. If he wishes, have him contact me.
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