Yes anyone who is being paid on the job is entitled to workers compensation if injured. If you are injured you need to contact one of us lawyers ASAP it all starts with the free in office consultation most of us offer.
Is the driving EMT guilty of "patient abandonement" if he leaves a completley stable & oriented patient with little chance of deteriorating with the treating EMT at a dr's office for a "wait & return" transport, to drive to get food taking 9-12mins? He hadnt eaten... Read more »
I can't speak to the employment law issues, but if the patient was injured or suffered any loss it could actually be criminal in nature. Your responsibility to the patient is separate from you employers duty to you.
Maybe much more information would need to be known, but you have at least a personal injury case against, the person who hit you. I suggest you immediately contact one of us lawyers to determine what should be done to get you the most money.
I just started working for this company that does eyelash extensions. I have been working very hard 2 jobs because I am 100 percent capable. After just 2 weeks of being there my manager went through my personal stuff on facebook and looked at my personal pictures and found out I was pregnant that... Read more »
The workers comp adjuster and medical examiner question me about my previous settlement and cases for a different company that happen years ago. Is it illegal to do such a thing. Seeing that the IME will determine my value of the nature of my injury
This question is best answered by your workers compensation lawyer, that being said it would be perfectly relevant because in workers compensation they need to know about any pre-existing claims so they determine whether this is a re-injury and to see if you have already been compensated for the...Read more »
Not the same thing, but for each you need to be out of work and need a doctors to determine whether you should stay out of work. I suggest you see the assistance of a lawyer to know exactly what can be done in your case.
I was arrested on charges of shoplifting. The charges were dismissed and amended to a municipal ordinance. Since the conviction was dismissed and amended to a municipal ordinance this would not be a moral turpitude crime?
municipal ordinance petty offense? Moral Turpitude???
For immigration purposes it could be and it would depend on the wording of the ordinance AND what was admitted to in the plea. Thus the reason to make sure you have a lawyer that knows both criminal and immigration law when you are an immigrant in trouble with the law.
Both accidental injury or an occupational disease resulting from stressful working conditions may be compensable. Generally, the working conditions must be stressful; when viewed objectively, the stressful working conditions must be peculiar (not just common to everyone) to a particular work...Read more »
Under the New Jersey Workers' Compensation law you do not have the right to choose your doctor(s) for a workers' comp injury. Hence, the reason they call it authorized treatment. You can request to see someone else if you feel badly about the doctor you are scheduled to see or are...Read more »
Your employer cannot fire you because of your workers' compensation claim. With that said, assuming that you are an at-will employee, your employer can fire you while you have an open workers' compensation claim for other reasons which do not violate the law.
Should. I assume you have an attorney--you want to discuss that. If you dont have an attorney contact a member of the NJ Assn for Justice who handles comp-=-they give free consults. You may also have a social security disability claim as you may have been disabled for a year or more. However the...Read more »
You need to have an injury that occurred during the course of employment and arising out of your employment. Some injuries a person never misses work, but simply can't perform the work any longer, but this must be medically substantiated.
For example if workers comp gives me a settlement of 100k and my lein is 106k which has already been paid back by my personal injury case, do they also get back 2/3 of the 100k? Would it be 2/3 of 206k or the 100k settlement would not be included?
I have been a teacher for almost 10 years. Well liked etc. I am only 30 years old and now have a severe back issue. Before this injury I was training for a ironman in which I was unable to keep training for the race and not compete this past summer. I started with a doctor who they approved me to... Read more »
You need to have an in person consultation with an experienced workers compensation/ personal injury attorney. You should always do what is medically best for you. Good luck and I hope your surgery goes well.
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