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Blog Posts in April, 2012

EEOC

Employment law tip of the day - the most common remedy for a wrongful termination, especially involving an injured worker, is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family Medical Leave Act ...
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SS Tip of the Day - Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a diagnosis that is frequently rendered when a patient has vague aches and pains that a physician cannot pin down. It's very difficult to get on SS Disability with this condition. ...
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Employment Law Tip of the Day

The most common remedy for a wrongful termination, especially involving an injured worker, is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Please keep in mind ...
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Active Care Versus Supportive Care

Worker's compensation tip of day - There are two types of medical care in a WC case -- active care and supportive care. Active care is to improve the patient's condition. Supportive care is to ...
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Social Security Tip of the Day

COBRA benefits provide folks who have lost their jobs with up to 18 months of coverage under their employer's group policy. However, this period is extended to 29 months if Social Security finds ...
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Payment of Medical Treatment Does Not Equal Responsibility

Just because an insurance carrier pays a bill for medical treatment in a worker's comp case, does not mean they automatically accept responsibility for the treatment rendered. In other words, they ...
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