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How Do I Know If I am Getting a Good Deal on my Insurance Settlement

Q: Last year I was hurt on the job and I have been unable to return to work. The insurance claims adjuster called me about settling my claim. How do I know if I am getting a good deal? A: Injured workers have the option of settling their claim for future benefits. The amount of…


Social Security Denies Disability Benefits Despite Doctors Opinion

Q: I suffered severe injuries from a work-related accident. My Doctors have declared me totally disabled. I submitted these reports to the Social Security Administration and I was still denied disability benefits. Doesn’t Social Security have to listen to my doctors? A: Social Security operates under federal law. Workers’ compensation injuries are based on state law….

Workers’ Compensation and Medicare/Medicaid – New Legislation

Legislation has been introduced in Washington, D.C. to streamline the process  of coordinating workers’ compensation benefits with Medicare and Medicaid coverage when settling workers’ compensation claims.  Currently, it is taking way too long for the Federal government to provide the information regarding Medicare/Medicaid payments made to injured workers that is required to be contained in…

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