How Do I Find a Doctor to Treat My Workers’ Comp Injury?
Seeking medical treatment for a work-related injury should be one of your first steps after you get hurt. To seek workers’ compensation, you will need medical documentation explaining your injuries and why you can’t work as you recover from them. You’ll need thorough records from your examinations. You should head to the closest emergency room […]Continue Reading
Workplace Safety Tips for Nurses
Nursing is one of the most critical professions in America. There are also times, however, when it can be one of the most dangerous. Nurses often work long hours, including extra shifts in potentially violent situations where they are working in locations that are short-staffed. The U.S. Census Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that nursing […]Continue Reading
Workers Shouldn’t Be Embarrassed to File for Workers’ Comp
Often, when people get injured on the job, they put off reporting the injury to their employer. No matter how the injury happened, they feel uncomfortable admitting that they were hurt and may be in denial about how bad the injury is because they want to continue to do their duties. If their injury is […]Continue Reading
What Is a Functional Capacity Exam (FCE)
If you’ve been injured on the job in Pennsylvania and seek to collect workers’ compensation benefits, you may have to take a functional capacity exam (FCE). This test is designed to tell the insurance company and your employer whether you can perform the tasks associated with your job. It’s not an examination you can prepare […]Continue Reading
Can I Get a Settlement From Workers Comp If I Go Back to Work?
When you get hurt on the job, you want things to return to normal as quickly as possible, and that includes returning to your job. Many of our clients enjoy their workplaces and feel frustrated by their medical condition and their inability to perform their duties. They may miss work and the camaraderie they felt […]Continue Reading