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As reported on Yahoo Sports by Jay Busbee, Chris Berman’s wife of 33 years Katherine Berman died on Tuesday afternoon after being involved in a rear end collision. The driver of the other vehicle also died as a result of the collision.
Unfortunately, two families will be destroyed by these events. The cause of this crash has not been disclosed at this time. In attempting to prevent unnecessary collision, it is critical that all drivers provide full attention to the roadway, even with full attention you can not prevent all crashes only attempt to prevent a crash a head of you. No one wants to be a car wreck. Do what you can every time you get behind the wheel to do your part to prevent your vehicle from crashing into others.
Our video topic for today is can I go to the hospital if I have an open workers’ compensation claim?
The short answer is it’s always recommended that you return to what is considered your authorized treating physician, that would be the main doctor that’s treating you in your workers’ compensation claim.
If, however, you’re in a great deal of pain and it’s considered an emergency, say on the weekend when the doctor’s office is not open and can’t see you, or if there’s a long break between when you can get in to see the doctor, you may need to go to the emergency room. You want to attempt to try to schedule an appointment with the doctor’s office first; however, if you can’t get in there and you need emergency care, you do need to get the medical treatment you need and so you would be encouraged to go to the emergency room.
912-208-2992, www.TyWilsonLaw.com Atlanta | Savannah personal injury attorney Ty Wilson discusses the number one thing that can destroy your personal injury claim. This is for information purposes it is ALWAYS recommended that you speak with a Georgia car wreck attorney for specific answers to your specific claim.
912-208-2992, www.TyWilsonLaw.com. Savannah | Atlanta, Georgia workers’ compensation lawyer Ty Wilson discusses if you can open your workers’ compensation claim.
Our video topic for today is can I re‑open my workers’ compensation claim? The short answer on that is, maybe. It depends on if you have settled the claim. If you settled the claim, you have basically in exchange for a lump sum of money, given up your right to obtain future medical care and/or benefits through the workers’ compensation system for that injury. However, if you have not settled your claim, there is a distinct possibility that you can re‑open the claim; it just depends on the date that you were injured. So, you want to reach out to a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney, let them know when, you were injured and if there was any documentation signed. Or did paperwork showing you may have settled your claim. We hope that you found this information helpful and we hope that you’ll come check out our other videos and if you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call. Thank you.
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Hello, this is Ty Wilson. I’m a Savannah, Georgia workers’ compensation attorney practicing law in the State of Georgia and our video topic for today is:
My employer, I got injured on the job. My employer wants me to sign some documents transferring my case from workers’ compensation to something else, whether it’s family medical leave or what have you.
Hello. My name is Ty Wilson. I’m a Savannah Georgia workers’ compensation attorney practicing law in the State of Georgia and our video topic for today is my employer cannot accommodate my light duty work restrictions and they’re telling me they’re gonna replace me soon if I can’t get back to work. What will happen to my workers’ compensation claim and my benefits?
I was given an impairment rating now what? If you have been given an impairment rating, typically your doctor believes you are at MMI. MMI stands for maximum medical improvement. Typically this means the doctor does not believe there is anything medically speaking that can be done to improve your condition. So then the doctor will either schedule you an FCE (functional capacity evaluation) or will look up in the AMA 5th Edition Guideline for Impairments and determined based upon your status what your impairment rating is to your injured body part or whole body.
This is Ty Wilson. I am a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney practicing law in the State of Georgia and our video topic for today What if I disagree with the workers’ compensation doctor on my injuries and my medical treatment?
We have a situation a lot of times where the employee is not happy with the medical care they are receiving from the doctor that has either been selected for them or they have selected through workers’ compensation. What is important is that you are comfortable with your medical care. If you’re not happy with your medical care, you’re not seeing any improvement and you don’t feel like you are being listened to by your doctor, you have options to change doctors. Unfortunately, it’s not open ended. It’s not where you can just change doctors like you change your clothes so what you want to do is you want to speak with a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney.
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