Tag Archives: Workers Compensation

Is Workers’ Compensation Coverage Still a “Grand Bargain”?

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When first enacted, Workers’ Compensation for injured workers was supposed to be “the Grand Bargain.” In exchange for giving up the right to sue their employer and coworkers for Common Law negligence, unsafe, and even unlawful conduct, workers were supposed to be able to have the protection of a quick, administrative medical bill payment and partial

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Defendants Appeal Winning PTSD Truck Crash Case Decision and Lose

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In one of our case’s we previously reported on in our 12/2/2019 blog post, the defendants appealed a Manassas judge’s August 2019 Opinion. The judge found that the victim’s post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was causally related to his compensable injury by accident, and that the claimant was entitled to weekly Temporary Total Disability (TTD) wage

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Can a Brain Injured Worker Get Behavioral & Cognitive Therapy, Botox, Dry Needling, and Other Medical Care Covered?

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A college aged garden center worker was injured on September 2013 while working. He sustained a skull laceration and traumatic brain injury. Despite the continued denial and delay from the workers compensation insurance company to pay for his treatments, the Abrams Landau injury law team was able to win an initial Award of significant medical

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