What Does a WC-104 Mean for Me and My Workers’ Comp Claim?

What Does a WC-104 Mean for Me and My Workers’ Comp Claim?

After being involved in a work-related accident, you will undoubtedly appear for medical appointments with your authorized treating physician. At some point, in most claims, prior to being released to full duty, your authorized treating physician will release you to...
Can my unborn child receive workers compensation benefits?

Can my unborn child receive workers compensation benefits?

Let’s imagine for a moment that an employee is injured on the job on March 25, 2003.  At that time, the employee’s wife was pregnant.  The child was born on August 5, 2003.  The injured employee dies on September 1, 2003.  Would the newborn child be...
Can my unborn child receive workers compensation benefits?

What Happens to My Health Insurance if I Settle My Claim?

One of the major concerns any person has when leaving a job, either voluntarily or involuntarily, is what to do about health insurance.  If the employee had health benefits with the employer, there is continuing coverage available through COBRA.  This coverage is...