Nov 27 What to Do if a Portion of Your Workers' Compensation Claim is Denied Nov 19 My Work Environment Exacerbated My Preexisting Condition - What Are My Options? Nov 11 Workers' Compensation Timeline: Accepted vs. Denied Claims Oct 29 Nobody Witnessed My Work Injury - What are My Options? Oct 15 Are You Entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits if You Work Remotely? Oct 8 What Information on Workers' Compensation Should Employers Provide? Sep 25 When Is Workplace Violence Covered by Workers' Comp? Sep 16 What to Do if Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied Nobody Witnessed My Work Injury - What are My Options? During the workers’ compensation claim process, witness testimonies can serve as invaluable evidence. If employees ... Are You Entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits if You Work Remotely? Almost every company in the United States is required by law to purchase workers’ compensation insurance. The ... Can I Choose My Own Doctor for a Workers' Compensation Claim? Even the most cautious employee may find themselves sustaining an injury in an unexpected accident in the workplace. ... What to Do if Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied An unexpected injury can result in high medical bills, a growing credit card balance due to lost wages, and concerns ... 2019 (34 posts) November (3 posts) October (3 posts) September (3 posts) August (3 posts) July (3 posts) June (3 posts) May (4 posts) April (5 posts) February (4 posts) January (3 posts) 2018 (42 posts) December (3 posts) November (3 posts) October (3 posts) September (3 posts) August (5 posts) July (4 posts) June (5 posts) May (3 posts) April (3 posts) March (3 posts) February (3 posts) January (4 posts) 2017 (41 posts) December (3 posts) November (10 posts) October (6 posts) September (6 posts) August (4 posts) June (1 posts) May (2 posts) April (2 posts) March (2 posts) February (3 posts) January (2 posts) Construction Injuries (3) Employer Retaliation (3) Ergonomics (1) Firm News (7) Hints & Tips (8) In the News (6) Inadequate Training (3) Insurance (2) Occupational Diseases (4) Occupational Hearing Loss (1) Repetitive Stress Injuries (11) Scaffolding Accidents (2) Social Security Disability (3) Toxic Exposure (3) Workers' Compensation (121) Recent Posts Most Popular Archives Categories Blog Posts in December, 2017 Blog Home Reaching MMI: What's Next Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 29-Dec-2017 According to the American Medical Association, Medical Maximum Improvement (MMI) is defined as “the point at which a condition has stabilized and is unlikely to change (i.e. improve or worsen) substantially in the next year, with or without treatment. Although signs and symptoms of the condition may way and wane over time, further overall recovery or deterioration is not anticipated.” ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Can I Appeal a Workers' Comp Denial? Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 21-Dec-2017 If you have filed a workers’ compensation claim and your request was denied, it means your claims administrator has decided that your injury or illness is not covered under California’s workers’ comp policies. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you should give up just yet. First, you must figure out the reason why your claim was denied. It should be explained in the denial ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Social Security Disability Explained Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 14-Dec-2017 Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a Social Security program that pays monthly benefits to those who have become disabled before reaching the age of retirement and are not able to continue working. It is most commonly known as “workers disability.” To qualify for the SSDI program, it is required to have work a specific number of years in a job where you paid Social Security ... Share This Post: Continue Reading 3 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.