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Can I Refuse Medical Treatment for My Work Injury?

If you refuse medical treatment for your work injury, you may jeopardize your ability to recover on your workers’ comp claim. It’s important to talk with an experienced Virginia workers’ compensation attorney before refusing the treatment recom… Read More
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Mediation as a Form of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Workers’ Compensation Cases

Alternative dispute resolution provides a voluntary option for settling a workers’ compensation claim without a hearing. The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission ADR program includes mediation, which is a common type of alternative dispute r… Read More
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Workers’ Compensation Investigation

Workers’ compensation insurance companies sometimes initiate an investigation after a worker files a claim for an on-the-job injury. These inquiries occur for a variety of reasons, including issues relating to potential fraud by the employer or emp… Read More
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Third-Party Liability For Work-Related Accidents

For some work-related accidents, a third party may be legally responsible for a worker’s injuries, due to reckless or negligent behavior that caused the accident. When that happens, the worker can make a personal injury claim against the at-fault p… Read More
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Does Workers' Compensation Cover Mental Injuries?

Most workers’ compensation claims secure benefits for injured workers who receive physical injuries on the job. But in some circumstances, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act also provides benefits for work-related mental injuries. A mental in… Read More
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What to do When Workers' Comp Won't Pay for Doctor-Recommended Treatment

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act applies to most employers in the state. If you work for a covered employer and receive injuries on the job, workers’ comp should pay all your medical expenses. Unfortunately, sometimes the workers’ compens… Read More
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When Does Virginia Workers' Compensation Law Require Payment for On-the-Job Injuries?

Workers’ compensation law in Virginia is governed under the Virginia Workers’ Compensations Act. The Act is a detailed, complex state law that requires most employers in the state to provide insurance for work-related injuries and certain disease… Read More
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What You Need to Know about Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Workers’ Compensation, and Personal Injury Law

Traumatic brain injury, also called TBI, is the medical term for a specific type of head injury caused by a sudden event. Many types of occurrences can cause a traumatic brain injury. Some TBI accidents result in workers’ compensation and personal… Read More
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Summer Months Bring an Increased Risk of Work Zone Car Accidents

Highway construction activities peak every year in the summer months, and 2020 is no exception. Everywhere a work zone exists, the risk of an accident increases. Motorists, passengers, and highway workers suffer numerous injuries from summer work zon… Read More
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Working From Home / WFH: Does Virginia Workers’ Compensation Cover Remote Worker Injuries?

Whether you call it teleworking, telecommuting, working from home / WFH (a digital communications acronym that gained popularity during Covid-19), mobile work, or remote work, the new normal for about a third of Americans involves working at home. Th… Read More
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