CT Injury Lawyers Blog
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that there were almost 3.0 million workplace injuries reported by private employers in 2014. Back injuries are among the most common types of work injury that you can sustain and are often severe enough to prevent you from returning to work... Read more.
The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that slip and fall accidents send nearly 9 million people to emergency departments around the United States each year. When these accidents happen on someone else’s property, victims are often able to recover compensation from the property owner or... Read more.
Many people file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits and are shocked to learn that... Read more.
As a country, we love our dogs. It is virtually impossible to leave your house in a well-populated area without seeing a dog... Read more.
More than 2 million people are injured in auto accidents each year, according to government... Read more.
When you think of a work-related injury, you may think of broken bones, burns, or other traumatic injuries that may occur in an accident. However, many industries can put workers at risk of other, long-term and even permanent injuries due to the nature of the job. One such condition... Read more.
Driving a commercial truck can be a lucrative way to make a living while seeing the country. However, getting behind the wheel of a huge tractor-trailer that can weigh tens of thousands of pounds requires a significant amount of care and responsibility. This is because these trucks... Read more.
The respondents can challenge treatment recommended by the attending physician by either obtaining a Respondents' Medical Examination or, in some instances, through utilization review. The following is a summary of the four-step... Read more.
Should I Agree to a Nurse Case Manager?
“The insurance company wants to assign a nurse case manager to my case. Should I agree?”
This is a good and difficult question.
This is what the relevant section from the Workers’ Compensation Commission’s Professional Guide... Read more.