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Alabama Workers Comp: What is The CAP?

Alabama Workers Comp: What is The CAP? Alabama Job Injury Attorney The CAP: Most workers who have suffered a job injury have no idea that the amount of compensation you can receive for an injury is capped by law. In Alabama, once an injured worker has reached maximum medical improvement (mmi), the amount of monetary Read More

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Can a Lien be placed on my Alabama Workers Comp Claim?

Can a Lien be placed on my Alabama Workers Comp Claim? In a workers’ compensation claim in Alabama, generally liens against any recovery, judgment or settlement the injured worker receives is not allowed.  Numerous times my partner and I have received phone calls from a client asking questions about giving companies a lien against the Read More

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Why can’t I get the tests I need

Why can’t I get the tests I need Why can’t I get the tests I need? The other day I was reading an article on how adjusters should treat job injury claims when they first get to their desk.  This article centered on explaining why the workers compensation adjuster should NOT authorize tests ordered by Read More

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From the Files of Powell and Denny

From the Files of Powell and Denny Today in “From the Files of Powell and Denny” we are taking a look at a workers compensation case we handled in Jefferson County, Alabama 10 years ago. Our client was an employee of Thompson Tractor as a heavy equipment operator.  One day at work our client slipped Read More

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Injured At Work                   Beverage Distributor 

Injured At Work                   Beverage Distributor  Injured at Work Beverage Distributor: If you work for a beverage distributor, such as Supreme Beverage, Crown Distributing, Buffalo Rock or Coca-Cola, where distribution and warehouse work requires a lot of lifting, chances are you have suffered a job injury, probably several times. Workers who provide for their families Read More

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Job Injuries in Alabama

Job Injuries in Alabama The other day I was reviewing articles on workers compensation claims and came across the attached article.  In this news article, it states that Alabama ranks #6 among the States when it comes to job injuries.  Remember, with a population of just under 5 million, Alabama ranks 24th in the Nation Read More

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Questions to Ask before Hiring an Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Questions to Ask before Hiring an Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyer If you live or work in Alabama, and you have sustained a workers’ compensation injury, most likely you have a lot of questions.  Do I have a claim?  Can I see my own doctor?  How do I get paid if I am off work due Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation and Professional Truck Drivers

Alabama Workers Compensation and Professional Truck Drivers Driving might be considered a sedentary activity but being a professional truck driver is not. If you are an Over-The-Road driver or Local Driver, you handle an 18-wheeler or a dump truck, if you drive a Logging truck or are a Tow Truck Driver, you know that your Read More

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Suffered a Work Injury?  Don’t Give Up

Suffered a Work Injury?  Don’t Give Up Have you suffered a work injury in Alabama and feel as though the deck is stacked against you?  Are you struggling to receive the medical attention you need and feel as though no one is listening to your concerns?  DON’T GIVE UP; that is exactly what the workers Read More

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Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers

Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers: What does MMI mean: What are My Rights? One question we are often asked is what exactly does maximum medical improvement (MMI) mean? The way I generally explain it is that “maximum medical improvement” is just a fancy was of saying “you’re as good as you’re going Read More

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