Jun 19, 2013

N.H. Work Injury: Workers’ Compensation or Personal Injury Claim?

By Benjamin T. King – Concord, NH Attorney If you suffer a work-related injury, workers’ compensation benefits generally constitute the sole remedy you may recover against your employer. But, workers’ compensation benefits may not be your only remedy. You may have …

Apr 09, 2012

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION DISABILITY BENEFITS PAID FOREVER?

For whatever reason, many injured workers harbor the mistaken belief that, once they begin receiving workers’ compensation disability benefits, they will receive them forever. This is not the case.

Jul 20, 2011

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION – YOU NEED A MEDICAL FORM

When you treat with your doctor for a work-related injury, make sure your doctor completes the New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation Medical Form! The Workers’ Compensation Medical Form is a New Hampshire Department of Labor form that asks the doctor to …

Jun 24, 2011

DEFENSE MEDICAL EXAMINATION IS NOT AN INDEPENDENT MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Filing a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim can be complicated and there are many different steps involved before the case is resolved.

May 05, 2011

NO TIME LIMIT FOR PURSUING PERMANENT IMPAIRMENT COMPENSATION

If you have suffered a work-related injury, you may be entitled to permanent impairment compensation under New Hampshire statutory law, and you may pursue your permanent impairment award years after the injury occurred.

May 01, 2011

DON'T LET THE CARRIER GET AWAY WITH DENYING MEDICAL BILLS RELATING TO TREATMENT YOU RECEIVED FOR YOUR WORK INJURY!

If you are an injured employee, and your workers’ compensation carrier denies a bill for treatment that your medical providers believe is reasonable and related to your work injury, you should appeal the denial to the New Hampshire Department of Labor within 18 months of the date the carrier denies the bill.

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