TPD is owed to injured workers who return to work with reduced hours Injured Indiana workers with worker’s comp cases are frequently taken off work while they recover from work-related injuries. During that time they receive something called … [Read more...] about What if My Employer Allows Me to Return to Work with Restrictions, but at Reduced Hours?
If you have been injured on the job – especially if it’s for the first time – even the basics of Indiana Worker’s Compensation may seem confusing to you, so that’s why I want to talk a little bit about some terms your worker’s compensation insurance … [Read more...] about What Does Permanent Partial Impairment (PPI) Mean?
If I had to guess what the number one most frequently asked question is, there’s one I hear the most without a doubt. In fact, I hear it 100% of the time, for good reason: What fee will my attorney charge me for my Indiana worker’s … [Read more...] about What Fees Can an Indiana Worker’s Compensation Attorney Charge?
Charles Hewins of Hewins Law Firm interviews Tri-State Food Bank Executive Director Glenn Roberts On the Hewins Law Firm Facebook page, we recently announced our monthly charitable contribution program. Each month, our Facebook … [Read more...] about Hewins Law Firm Announces Its May 2020 Charitable Contribution
Discussion of a Worker’s Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Chances are that if you suffered a major work injury and you’re already receiving Social Security Disability, a Worker’s Compensation Medicare Set-Aside (WCMSA or Medicare Set … [Read more...] about What is a Worker’s Compensation Medicare Set-Aside?
In my last blog post just a week ago, I warned that employers might refuse to pay temporary total disability (TTD) benefits to injured Indiana workers who are working under restrictions but then get laid off because of the Coronavirus. I also … [Read more...] about Work Comp Is Now Refusing to Pay TTD to Injured Workers Laid off Due to Coronavirus