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Blog Posts in May, 2011

Fraudulent WC claims

Reports of fraudulent worker's compensation claims rose 24% in the first quarter of 2011 versus 2010. Have you ever known someone that filed a fraudulent worker's compensation claim? No names ...
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Aggravation of pre-existing condition

Did you know that even if you have a pre-existing condition like arthritis that is aggravated by an injury on the job, the claim should still be accepted?
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SS Judge approves 99.7% of cases before him.

Want a 99.7% chance of getting on SS Disability? Move to Kentucky. Check out this article: ...
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Podcast from our radio appearance

Folks, here's the podcast from the radio show yesterday that Don and I appeared on. FYI, we did most of our talking the last 15 minutes of the show.
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Heart conditions/strokes

Did you know that to have an accepted worker's comp claim for a heart condition, or a stroke the injured worker must have experienced "some injury, stress or exertion related to the ...
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Catch us on 1100 A.M.!!

FYI, folks Don and I will be appearing on "Legalease with Dennis Wilenchik" on KFNX 1100 AM tomorrow between 4 p.m., and 5 p.m. Please listen and and feel free to call in. ...
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Beware of unlicensed contractors!

Be careful who you hire for home improvement projects!
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New Web Site Video

Here's our new video that will be posted on the Firm's web site. We're open to feedback!
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At-Will State

Arizona is an "at-will" state. Did you folks know that means that your employer can basically terminate you for any reason at any time (unless they violate the Civil Rights Act)? What do you ...
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