Blog Posts in 2017

  • Our Guiding Principle

    || 8-Aug-2017

    This one is simple: If we don't think that we can put you in a better position than you would already be in on your own, then we won't take your case. While it doesn't happen often enough, there are times that the insurance carrier actually does do everything correctly. The injured worker receives appropriate medical treatment from qualified doctors in a timely manner. Temporary ...
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  • If We Can, We Will

    || 6-Jul-2017

    A very nice client of ours suffered a rather serious injury to her low back in November of 2015. The insurance carrier did everything they could to ignore and minimize her situation, and her employer refused to provide her with any work. That's when she got us involved. The insurance company's attorney did everything possible to cause delay and misstate the facts both to the Judge and the ...
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  • Options Exist When The Employer Has No Insurance

    || 19-Apr-2017

    A client injured his shoulder while working in Kansas. The employer failed to renew its workers' compensation policy and had no coverage on the date of loss. It paid for a couple of doctor visits but then suddenly denied the claim completely once surgery was recommended. They stopped paying him lost time benefits as well. The injured worker then hired us to prove that his injury happened on ...
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