Marketing evidence – proving the injured worker looked for “light duty work”

  • Newspaper “want ads” with the advertisements marked up
  • Computer printout of e-mails, applications and responses
  • Post cards received showing that an online or paper application was received
  • Wall calendars, month at a glance and refrigerator pinups,
  • Copies of actual applications
  • Correspondence showing registration with the Department of Rehabilitative Services,
    the Maryland, Virginia or DC Employment Commission, the Department of Education, the Department of Rehabilitation Services, etc.
  • At the Landau Law Shop, we encourage looking for light duty work options early and often, and that written records be kept, in whatever format will enable the injured worker to be able to show a judge what activities where during during a particular week months later. If you or someone you know has become disabled as the result of an permanent on the job injury or occupational disease and needs help, please e-mail or call us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. (703-796-9555) at once.

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