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February 27, 2015

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February 7, 2015

Commonwealth Court Affirms the Suspension of Benefits Where Overtime Reduced Due to Changes in Staffing and Funding

 

By Lisa Lane, Esq.

 

Who can forget the excitement shared by defense attorneys, risk managers and claims professionals in 1995 when the Pennsylvania Suprem...

February 2, 2015

By Christopher DiMeo, Esq.

 

Many have found themselves frustrated by the Utilization Review process.  Have you experienced the rejected UR Requests for various reasons, never even getting to the URO for a Determination? 

 

Recently I have experienced a new and concer...

February 2, 2015

By Patty McEnteer, Esq.

 

Throughout the years West Virginia has been the butt of many jokes.  However, from an employer’s standpoint, West Virginia is far from a joke when it comes to workers’ compensation.  Indeed, in many respects, West Virginia is ahead of many state...

February 2, 2015

By Ted Carpenter, Esq.

 

One of the more heady experiences I ever had was arguing a case before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. It was something I will never forget, although the result was not the one I had hoped for or expected. But, I am a lawyer, so I picked myself u...

February 2, 2015

By Lisa Lane, Esq.

 

The common myth among claimants is that IME doctors say whatever they are hired to say.  A claimant’s attorney recently said to the  WCJ at a mediation I had last week that it did not matter what “my doctor” had said, because he was paid to say that...

February 2, 2015

By Christopher Bridgman, Esq.

 

Temporary disability benefits are often paid at a higher weekly rate when compared to the rate for a permanency award.  Therefore, it is critical to terminate temporary disability benefits when the law allows.    

 

Under New Jerse...

February 2, 2015

By Michael McCadden, Esq.

 

At long last I get a forum to explain why subrogation is cool without being cut off and called a nerd.  Let me ask you this:  Is there any workers’ comp judge in the entire Commonwealth of PA where you can predict an absolute win when you see...

February 2, 2015

By Lisa Lane, Esq.

 

Over the Christmas holiday, I did something I have not done since high school.  I took a two week vacation at work, justified in my mind by the fact that I was only missing 6 business days.  It was great.  I made a fool of myself trying to paddle boa...

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