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  • De Facto Denial: The Insurer is not Responding to the Injured Worker

    Posted By Kevin Kampschror || 13-Oct-2017

    Pursuant to NAC 616C.094(1)(a)-(b), within thirty (30) days after receipt of a written request relating to a claim made by an injured employee, an employer, a health care provider, or the attorney or other representative of any of them. . . the insurer, third-party administrator, or organization for managed care shall, in writing, notify the person making the request of its determination ...
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  • Injured on the Job: When did you tell your Employer?

    Posted By Kevin Kampschror || 22-Sep-2017

    Pursuant to Nev. Rev. Stat. § 616C.015, an employee or, in the event of the employee’s death, one of the dependents of the employee, shall provide written notice of an injury that arose out of and in the course of employment to the employer of the employee as soon as practicable, but within seven (7 ) days after the accident. The above law is the notice requirement for the time frame ...
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  • Termination & Workers' Compensation: What If You Get Terminated Before You File a Claim?

    Posted By Kevin Kampschror, Esq. || 15-Sep-2017

    Anytime an injured worker is terminated from his or her employment, the reasons and circumstances are fairly significant. Although workers’ compensation law is not employment law, there is slight “cross-over” if the injured worker is terminated, especially if he or she did not have the chance to file for workers’ compensation benefits. When an injured worker is terminated ...
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  • How an Attorney Can Help You Appeal Your SSD Claim

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 31-Aug-2017

    Social Security Disability (SSD) is a government program that pays benefits to you and certain members of your family if you become disabled and can’t work. Monthly payments from SSD provide relief for the expenses of ongoing medical treatment and everyday living, making it a coveted program. Applying to the program is a pretty straightforward process, but unfortunately, getting denied is ...
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  • Is your PPD Settlement Calculated Correctly?

    Posted By Kevin Kampschror, Esq. || 18-Aug-2017

    One common question that injured workers have is the following: what, if any, money will I receive based on my case? This question, of course, has the same answer as other areas of law: it depends. Not all injured workers receive settlements. When using the word “settlement” in this context, it does not mean that the employer or insurer is paying you money to drop the case such as in ...
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