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March 2015 Archives

PA nurse awarded workers’ comp benefits based on allergic reaction

When a worker is exposed to a workplace condition that is damaging to his or her health, the result is often that he or she is unable to continue in the position. Highly individualized reactions to working conditions such as allergic reactions can be tricky to deal with since employers and insurance providers are going to be keen to limit their liability for workers’ compensation benefits if they cannot eliminate the cause of the reaction or if the worker leaves the company because of an inability to tolerate the work environment. In these cases, it is sometimes necessary for a worker to put up a fight to ensure they receive the full benefits due to them.

How do I know if my employer's provider list is legal?

In our previous post, we began looking at how workers' compensation law addresses the issue of choice of provider. As we noted, employers in Pennsylvania are able to limit their workers' choice of provider, but only if they provide a proper listing of providers.

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