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Job Injuries not being Reported

Job Injuries not being Reported UPS employees 399,000 workers and moves approximately 3 million packages each day; they made $4.3Billion Dollars in profit in 2018. Without a doubt they are a huge success-so why do they feel as though they have to cheat injured workers of their workers’ compensation benefits? The attached story gives horrifying examples Read More

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The High Cost of Workers Comp

The High Cost of Workers Comp Alabama Workers Compensation Lawyers The High Cost of Workers Comp: Earlier this month I spoke on the the phone with one of my workers compensation clients; they informed me that the stress and financial problems he and his family have been forced to go through during the pendency of Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (35) Can I use my own insurance to receive medical treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (35) Can I use my own insurance to receive medical treatment?  Generally, NO. Alabama law dictates that your employer has to report a job injury. This is not open for interpretation; at this point your claim should be turned over to your employers’ workers’ compensation insurance carrier. In order to use Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (31) What is an Impairment Rating?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (31) What is an Impairment Rating? What is an impairment rating? After suffering a work injury and receiving medical treatment, you will eventually come to the point where your treating physician states that you are as good as you are going to get; this is known as your date of reaching Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (29) Do I have to have Surgery if I don’t want it?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (29) Do I have to have Surgery if I don’t want it? Do I have to have surgery if I don’t want it? If you have suffered a compensable job injury in Alabama, you have to see the company doctor. You are also obliged to cooperate with the treatment recommended by Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denies my Medical Treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denied my Medical Treatment? In Alabama, the law is clear: the employer (their workers compensation carrier actually) shall pay for any and all reasonably necessary medical treatment. What happens these days is that the workers compensation insurance carrier will send some of your records Read More

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