What if my Workers’ Compensation Doctor Is Not Providing Sufficient Care?

There have been occurrences of workers’ compensation patients complaining that they were not receiving adequate care from their medical provider. Unfortunately, it is not as easy as transferring physicians. If you do not believe that you are receiving sufficient care from your medical provider, then you will want to take the following steps: Document your… More

Mallinckrodt Agrees to Pay Millions to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

The UK-based pharmaceutical company Mallinckrodt has agreed to settle federal False Claims Act claims. The drugmaker has agreed to make a $15 million settlement payment to the federal government to resolve whistleblower allegations that the company, back when it was known as Questcor Pharmaceuticals, provided benefits and other kickbacks to physicians to induce them to… More

How to Exercise Your Employee Rights

Every single employee in New Jersey and the rest of the country is protected by various laws at the local, state, and federal levels. Employees have rights that protect them from discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation and many other workplace problems. It’s important for you to know what your rights are as an employee so… More

When Can an Injured Employee File a Lawsuit Against His or Her Employer?

When an employee is injured at work, the most common type of claim that an employee files to receive monetary compensation for his or her injuries is a workers’ compensation claim. This is because employees are generally entitled to workers’ compensation if they are injured during the course and scope of their employment and receiving… More

How Does an OSHA Violation Affect a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

When employees are injured at work, they are usually entitled to receive workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation is insurance that employers carry to provide injured employees with money to cover medical expenses related to their injuries, to cover occupational rehabilitation, and to provide temporary wage replacement. When employees are injured at work, however, they have the… More

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