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  • Should You Give the Insurance Company a Recorded Statement?

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 23-Jun-2016

    By: Kevin Kampschror You are hurt at work while delivering pizzas for a local pizza place. As you may know, you must report it within seven (7) days. You also have ninety (90) days to file the all-important C-4. Once that is all done, the insurance company will have thirty (30) days to accept or deny your claim. This is the best time to consult an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. ...
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  • Nevada Supreme Court Strikes Blow in Favor of Injured Workers

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 13-Jun-2016

    In a unanimous ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court struck a blow advancing workers’ rights when it ruled in favor of an injured worker who sustained injuries in a truck crash. In Poremba v. S. Nev. Paving, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 24, 369 P.3d 357, 358 (2016), the Court clarified an earlier case where it had previously ruled that injured workers may not reopen their claims until the exhaust all ...
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  • What Happens if You Have Two Work Injuries in a Row?

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 6-Jun-2016

    Yikes! It is bad enough to hurt yourself at work one time, but can you imagine doing it again, shortly after you originally injured yourself? What happens then? This is really complicated where there are two injuries and successive employers. When this happens, the Appeals Officer typically is the one who has to make a ruling of law which Employer is responsible for the injury. The question that ...
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