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Blog Posts in November, 2015

What is the "bunkhouse rule"?

The "bunkhouse rule" says that an employee who is required to live on the employer's premises and who suffers an injury while using those premises in a reasonable manner has an accepted ...
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Non-Posting of Notices Could Mean You Can Sue Your Employer

Employers in Arizona are required to post notice to their employees that the employees have a right to reject workers' compensation insurance coverage prior to an on-the-job accident. Typically, ...
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What Are Remedial Ailments

The Social Security Administration rules say that: "if an impairment can reasonably be remedied by treatment, it cannot serve as a basis for finding of disability." What this means is if you ...
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What is an Independent Medical Examination?

An Independent Medical Examination (IME) is when the workers' compensation insurance carrier sends the Injured Worker to a doctor of the carrier's choice to evaluate his or her condition and ...
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