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12 Apr Working from Home and Workers’ Compensation

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workplace environment. Most workers are now working remotely, from home. In fact, the trend may continue post-pandemic too, with employees working from home a few days a week. Workers’ Compensation for Remote or Work-from-Home Employees If employees are covered for working...

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29 Mar Arizona Restaurants and Bars Among Hardest Hit Industries during COVID-19: Workers’ Compensation Claims

Nationwide, restaurants and bars were among those first industries hardest hit when shut-down orders went into effect during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Yelp Q2 statistics report on the QSRmagazine.com website, 26,160 restaurants closed their doors. Of these, 15,770 (60 percent)...

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22 Feb The Importance of Checking Your Medical Records for Correct Coding and Description

Checking for False Coding in Your Medical Bills A recent case of false coding over billings for electro-acupuncture with the “P-Stim” stimulation device was recently settled in the Middle District of Tennessee this week, according to the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) online. The billings...

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14 Feb What is a lump sum commutation?

A workplace injury cannot only prove debilitating, but also emotionally and financially challenging. It can leave you with physical pain as well as without the money to pay the bills and afford your medical treatment. In addition, your injury may prevent you from earning normal...

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