Month: August 2019

Recent Posts in Aug,2019
August 28, 2019

Claim Denial Due to Unexplainable Injury

It happens all the time. You take on an injury without noting what you were doing just beforehand. The issue with the Workers’ Compensation Commission within Virginia is that ...

August 21, 2019

Exposure to Diseases – Grounds for Workers’ Compensation?

Many people think of slip-and-fall cases or construction hazards regarding workers’ compensation. However, clear and present injuries are not the only grounds for workers’ ...

August 15, 2019

What Happens If You Want to Leave Your Job?

It’s normal that after an injury you just want to move on to a new job. It’s also possible that you saw a new side of your employer. Perhaps their workers’ compensation ...

August 15, 2019

Is Your Prescription Delaying Your Recovery?

Prescription medication is much easier to get when on workers’ compensation, then people might imagine. You’ve gone through an injury at work which was likely painful. So, ...

August 1, 2019

Judge Hears Testimony on Link Between Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

Over the past two weeks, Plaintiffs faced an important milestone in the talcum powder litigation as Judge Wolfson presided over a Daubert hearing. The primary purpose of this ...