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The application requires you to provide personal information regarding your address, age, marital status, and children, and requests various documents and background information about your work history and your medical condition. You will be asked to provide a list of the employers you have worked for over the past 15…

Prior to the recent amendments to the Workers’ Compensation Act, a doctor, hospital, or other medical provider who provided treatment to an employee who suffered a work-related injury, was free to charge any fee they wished, without limitation, as long as the treatment related to the work injury. Further, the…

If you are injured in an motor vehicle accident or involved in an accident which involves the “use or maintenance” of a motor vehicle while working for your employer and become disabled due to the work injury, you may be entitled to not only workers’ compensation wage loss benefits, but…

A conversation with Ron and Steve about workers’ compensation benefits has been posted to our website at www.pa-workers-comp-lawyers.com. Read this informative interview for information on: The characteristics of a good workers’ compensation lawyer What are workers’ compensation benefits Common mistakes made by injured workers when first injured, and how to…

When a Pennsylvania employee sustains a work-related injury, that employee may be entitled to wage-loss benefits. Wage-loss benefits compensate the employee for the loss of income due to injury, illness, or disease. The employee may be entitled to partial or full benefits, depending on the extent of the disability. Although Pennsylvania…

When the discs in a person’s spine work properly, they protect the spine from injury. A disc is a small oval pad that acts as a cushion to the spine. Damage to the disc can result in a herniated disc, also called a slipped or ruptured disc. What is a Herniated…