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Workers’ Compensation: Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Rates

Pennsylvania workers who are injured on the job are eligible to receive benefits to cover medical expenses and lost wages. […]

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What You Need to Know About Workers’ Comp Drug Testing

The Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Act guarantees compensation for medical treatment and lost wages associated with work-related injuries and disease. However, […]

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Hurt At Work: Workers’ Compensation And Tendonitis Of Wrist

Getting hurt at work is undoubtedly debilitating and stressful, this is even truer when the employer and insurance carrier drag […]

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Hurt at Work: Workers’ Compensation for a Work-Related Nerve Injury

Unfortunately, painful and debilitating nerve injuries plague thousands of workers across the United States. Nerve damage can be caused by […]

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Avoid being the target of a disability fraud investigation

How do you avoid being accused of Social Security disability (SSD) fraud when you have an “invisible” disorder like schizophrenia, […]

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Are Social Security Disability Benefits for Immigrants Available?

Individuals who reside in the U.S. and are considered aliens, nationals, or noncitizens may be eligible for social security benefits. […]

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Hepatitis A and the risk of infection to food industry employees

If you work in the food service industry, you may think that your biggest risk of injury comes from a […]

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An Overview of a Workers’ Compensation Vocational Assessment

During the workers’ compensation process it is important to understand that your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance company is going to […]

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Bipolar Disorder and Social Security Disability

There is a common misconception that bipolar disorder is a rare condition, but this is not the case. The effects […]

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SSD: Can I Receive Social Security Benefits for Mental Illness?

Across the United States, nearly 43.8 million Americans suffer from mental illness. This equates to roughly one in five adults […]

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Difference Between The Two Types Of Notices Of Compensation Payable

Table of Contents What Is A Notice Of Compensation Payable?What Is A Notice Of Temporary Compensation Payable?When Will I Find […]

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WC: How an Impairment Rating Evaluation Affects You

Table of Contents Impairment Rating EvaluationsThe Time LimitsThe IRE ItselfOther Information on the IRE      Contact Us Today Impairment Rating […]

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What Constitutes Malingering (Faking Disability) And What You Need to Know

Some people fake disability to obtain Social Security benefits, and this behavior is known as malingering. There are several things […]

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Workers’ Compensation Lump Sum Payments: What You Need to Know

Does this sound like you? You’ve been offered a workman’s comp lump sum settlement for an injury you received at […]

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How to prepare for a Social Security Disability hearing

Filing for Social Security Disability can be daunting, but if prepared, you will be able to handle the questions posed […]

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What to Know When Filing for Social Security Disability Due to Obesity

The United States Surgeon General has declared obesity an epidemic. There’s some good reason for alarm: 35 percent of adult […]

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How Can You Help Your Adult Autistic Child File For Disability?

Supplemental Security Income benefits are designed to provide an income to severely disabled children and adults with very limited financial […]

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Is Workers Compensation for Independent Contractors Available?

With a new outlook for 2017’s economy and a landscape about to change, business owners are anticipating some major changes, […]

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SSDI: Can I Work While Receiving Disability Benefits?

If you are disabled, but still wish to work, there are certain ways the Social Security disability benefits program allows for […]

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Workers’ Compensation: Can I Choose My Physician?

When one is injured on the job, neither the employer nor the employer’s insurance carrier can specify a doctor to […]

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Types Of Workers’ Compensation Payments In Pennsylvania

When you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, they are paid on a weekly basis. For some people, however, weekly […]

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What are some tips for winning a fibromyalgia disability case?

When it comes to disability, just about any physical limitation or symptom can disable a person. However, in order to […]

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Will SSI or SSDI benefits be taxed?

Tax season is one of the most dreaded times of the year for many Philadelphia residents. It can be stressful […]

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How long does it take before disability benefits are approved?

When Philadelphia residents are facing difficult circumstances, it is vital that they receive the assistance they need as soon as […]

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Can Self-Employed Qualify For SSDI Benefits In Pennsylvania?

While wage earners pay Social Security taxes through withholding from their paycheck, this does not mean that you cannot qualify […]

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Applying For Social Security Disability If You Have Cancer

If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you understandably might be overwhelmed with anxiety and fear about the future. The […]

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How do living arrangement affect SSI benefits?

When disabled individuals are unable to meet their financial needs, they can qualify for a variety of social programs. Supplemental […]

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Social Security disability benefits for those with asthma

Many Pennsylvania residents live with debilitating illnesses. In some cases, these illnesses can be managed and individuals can live a […]

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Who Pays Medical if Third Party Settlement in Workers’ Comp

If I Have a Third Party Settlement in My Workers’ Compensation Case, Who Pays My Medical Bills? Many injured workers […]

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What Type of Disabilities Qualify for SSDI?

What Type of Disabilities Qualify for SSDI? When evaluating whether a medical condition qualifies for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) […]

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