Workers Compensation

Worker's Comp is for Strippers Too

An exotic dancer in Fort Wayne, IN suffered a cervical injury while pole dancing.  The Indiana Court of Appeals upheld her award of compensation and remanded her case to the State’s Worker’s Compensation Board to determine whether she was entitled to double compensation.  For the rest of the story:  http://www.news.com.au/stripper-gets-compensation-for-pole-dancing-injury/story-e6frfkp9-1111114612715

Support for New Bill to Streamline Medicare Reimbursements

Imagine that you have been in a car wreck and are unable to work because of your injuries… or that you have ongoing hospital bills due to medical malpractice. You’ve done everything right. You took your case to court and won a settlement for your losses. How long do you think it might take to …

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New Jersey Manufacturer Fined for Nearly $160K

A New Jersey Manufacturer was fined nearly $160K.  These fines were levied secondary to an inspection by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  During this inspection OSHA found the employer to have committed 36 Federal Violations. http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2010/05/jersey_city_firm_cited_for_osh.html

Back Injuries… Not as Simple as It Seems

All back injuries are not the same. If you have one, you are all too familiar with this statement. Herniations, bulges, fusions, diskectomies, c-spine, l-spine…  it can all become confusing. The following does a good job of explaining the difference between and among various spinal conditions and surgeries: Case Study

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