Delaware Workers' Compensation Questions & Answers

Q: When your job is closing down, you sign your release papers to get your severance package is that release for open cases

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Delaware on
Answered on Sep 13, 2018
Brian E Lutness' answer
It depends on the terms of severance package but ordinarily a workers compensation case requires approval from the Industrial Accident Board before it can be released. If you have open workers compensation claims please call me to discuss your case at (302) 547-7752.

Q: In a car accident. The person at fault's insurance company wants my medical records sent to them. Should I send?

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation and Car Accidents for Delaware on
Answered on Sep 8, 2018
Timur Akpinar's answer
It is curious that an offer should be made without seeing the medical records.

You could consult with an experienced personal injury attorney to help you make a well-informed decision here. An attorney could advise you about the factors that are considered in determining the value of such cases. They could outline the damages you could possibly be entitled to, based on the detailed facts of the case and your injuries.

Regardless of whether you choose to retain an attorney to...

Q: Can the claim Adjuster demand that a make a decision on getting surgery???

2 Answers | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Delaware on
Answered on Jun 20, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
Please provide some additional facts.

Q: Return to work after surgery

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Delaware on
Answered on May 30, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
This is not unusual. The final say rests with the Industrial Accident Board which will hold a hearing. You should consult with an attorney with expertise in this area.

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