I don't understand how to respond to a lawyer's response to my initial question on this website .. If that is even possible. So I am adding more details in this question. The DA allowed a 1x consult to a neurologist. She put this in writing. Three lawyers down (and three years later )and it... Read more »
My answer urges you consult a lawyer. Not here in bits and pieces but over the phone at least. A carrier can deny a body part but all any manner of consultations. For deniedbody parts a PQME is needed unless the denial is legal rather than medical.
Workers' compensation. Insurance agent made unilateral decision to deny treatment and not even send Rfa thru ur with the reason being because it was a one time consultation with the doctor. This is not allowable. I can find no caselaw, no regulations, no circumstances that allow him to bypass... Read more »
They can do what they want. It’s up to you to know the cases and law why it’s wrong to assert your rights. You need a attorney to do this for you. There are many legal reasons they can do what you mentioned but this does not mean that in your case to have no options. Call an attorney to get...Read more »
I was never taken off work. I barely work. Can I get workers comp pd or ptd disability if doctor requests? Pro per. Case was mishandled early on. Only now finally on track. I feel like unwell a lot. Spinal, nerves, brain.
Yes you can obtain further TTD, 2 years worth within a 5 year period. You may also have a CT which can extend this. Work comp is very complex. Call for a free and confidential consultation. Work comp attorneys provide free consultations.
I'm not sure what questions you have and this is not part of my practice area (I only represent people with work injury claims) so my answers should not be relied on to determine what rights you may have - it appears from your question that you received a raise as of July 2019. Your monthly salary...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the compounding of your workplace injury with surgery-related injury. If the surgery-related injury is the result of negligence, error, or other factors related to a breach of medical duty, that could possibly establish the basis for a claim based on medical...Read more »
Injury 12/28/2017 case closed 10/17/2019 was told I didnt have anything significant and it wouldnt cause problems in my day to day. I have gotten worse pain and went to the hospital and now have sciatica. And have missed days of work already.
You have a new case with the current employer and because your prior case seems to have been downplayed that can benefit you now. You should consult a workers compensation attorney ASAP to flesh out more details, options and rights
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The applicant's attorney can file a lien for Medical Legal costs and get reimbursed for any charges, same as the fees for the doctor's costs. Usually the court reporter submit their billing directly to the insurance company.
This is not a wc question so you may want to ask it again under a more appropriate classification such as abandoned property or storage. You may be able to discover an answer by reviewing the laws for the following:
I have been out on workers comp due to a heart injury from my job for the past 7 months. About 2 months ago, I received a certified letter from my job telling me that I needed to be "in my home" from 830am until 5pm monday thru friday while I'm out of work.
Your attorney might want to check with the defense where there is any rule in the Labor Code supporting that requirement. That requirement would be illegal, for what if you have any doctor's appointments. It appears that they are trying to harass you.
Delivery driver 7 months (for company that delivers for amazon) , terminated because amazon giving fewer routes in in middle of work week, say cant use paid time off, are they suppose to pay me in full after 6 days or if its weekly pay, its on their own timeline what about the paid time off, since... Read more »
If an off duty law enforcement officer takes action in an emergency situation (like a shooting at a church), outside of his or her jurisdiction, who is liable if the officer is injured? My department is possibly allowing the use of marked and unmarked vehicles to attend religious services while... Read more »
Workers comp insurance should cover on-the-job injuries. The insurance should be carried by whomever is hiring the officer for the particular job, unless his/her department's insurance happens to cover in that situation.
Our electric door that allowed us to lock our store from within didnt work and i told my boss numerous times to get it fixed, her response was always the cost and that its a electrical problem. Store documents were falsified stating the door was operating when it was not. Long story short , i wasnt... Read more »
Your remedy for this workplace injury against your employer is in the workers compensation process. You need to contact a workers compensation attorney right away because if you have waited over a year you may have problems. Your remedy against the assailant is a civil lawsuit. You have two...Read more »
I was hurt on 11/06/19, the dr took me off work on 12/03/19 after the MRI results came in showing I have a full thickness tear of my supraspinatus tendon in my left shoulder. My doctor requested surgery approval. I have not received the approval or TTD and it's been 30+ days. It was turned in... Read more »
You can file a complaint with the Commissioner of the Department of Workers Claim for violations of the Unfair Claims Practice Act, for essentially failing to respond to a request timely. Unfortunately, the remedy is the Workers Compensation Board may fine the employer, but you do not receive the...Read more »
If pi settlement is issued before wc resolves and a credit is issued... Does this credit applied to any disabilities settlement portion or just future medical or both? Thank you. Also, can I dispute credit at wcab?
If the ptp reports are untimely, not adding in any info from the secondary treater's reports or noting that diagnostics have been requested by secondary treater etc. Can I remove ptp using LC 9786? I've had several different ptps already, two of whom dropped me. The company established no mpn.... Read more »
I am pro per. Not really what I want but that's what it is. If I plan on quoting labor codes and past legal decisions to back up my argument in a status conference regarding illegally denied medical care do I need to submit the details of the argument to the court first (and also process serve the... Read more »
For problems with medical treatment you should file for an Expedited hearing. It is faster. Make sure you have all the discovery as defendants probably have some Utilization Reviews denying your treatment, so make a discovery demand as well.
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