Attorney Doug Landau poses in front of a medical tent at the Marine Corps Marathon

Nurse Case Managers: Wolves in Sheeps’ Clothing?!!?

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Whose side are they on, anyway? After a workplace accident, an injured worker has enough to worry about, like paying for food, rent, utilities, gas, etc., without having to worry about whether nurse case managers, the insurance company, or employer assigned to his case are interfering, or worse, setting him up for denial or termination

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Cost-of-Living Adjustments Help Injured Workers Keep Up With Inflation

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Every year around this time, the ABRAMS LANDAU workers’ comp team gets a notification that clients may be entitled to an increase in their weekly compensation checks, per yearly cost-of-living adjustments (COLA). They receive this “notification of possible COLA entitlement” so that clients can show proof that they are not receiving Social Security disability income

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precarious perch on scaffolding: risk of injury on the job

Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work?

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Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work? Workers compensation laws can get complicated, and downright dizzying when trying to follow the variations from state to state. This is one of those questions we are asked fairly regularly. The short answer is, yes, but it depends. If you are out of work with

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