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A few Questions
#61
Thank You Mr Belt and dusty boy for the reply, I never missed a day of work with this injury, except for the day they did my surgery. I never collected any comp. money from WC on this injury either, so they are lying to me about getting my specific loss benefit money then. Can you suggest any other options i can talk with them about or should i just get a attorney and let him deal with them? It seemed they were up front with me until this point,,,,, but i really trust no one anymore with what i see going on in the world. Will this invovle the company i work for also or just the WC? I have no unterstanding what all this may involve.
 
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#62
You should be seing a neuroligest to find out what is going on with the pain.
Speak with your doctor about this, and have him/her give you a referal to see the specialist.
Speak with the adjuster that you are talking too, find out who is your nurse case manager, That is the "go to" person that is between you and the adjuster.
As stated before, when 1171 comes along, links will be provided for Pa.

You really need an attorney to help you with the process, there are many laws, loopholes you and I are not fermiliar with.
The site provides a link to help find a attorney, or you can google one in your area

This shouldn't have any effect on the company where you work, as it is the insurance company you are dealing with
 
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#63
Also i forgot to mention that i never had a WC nurse that i know off, always just talked with the case rep. Like i say i never missed a day of work with this injury, they had me on light duty the whole time till just about 6 weeks ago, my last doctor visit he put me back 100% work, finger still hurts.
 
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#64
(01-11-2015, 03:02 PM)theo Wrote: Thank You Mr Belt and dusty boy for the reply, I never missed a day of work with this injury, except for the day they did my surgery. I never collected any comp. money from WC on this injury either, so they are lying to me about getting my specific loss benefit money then. Can you suggest any other options i can talk with them about or should i just get a attorney and let him deal with them? It seemed they were up front with me until this point,,,,, but i really trust no one anymore with what i see going on in the world. Will this involve the company i work for also or just the WC? I have no understanding what all this may involve.

I am certainly biased about attorneys, but I would suggest talking to one. As for your employer, they are the true defendant, so they will be involved at some level. How involved they will be depends on their insurance policy and whether or not they wish to be actively involved.
Timothy D. Belt
DISCLAIMER: This post is intended as general information applicable only to the state of Pennsylvania. The answer given is based only on the facts provided. This post is not intended to create an attorney client relationship, or to provide any specific guarantee of confidentiality.
 
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#65
I sorta thought my employer would be included in this, i really was not sure tho. Would they have a big say in the inurance company paying me my specific loss benefit now or can i assume it is just the insurance company telling me i have to sign final papers before i can get this money?
 
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#66
I sorta thought my employer would be included in this, i really was not sure tho. Would they have a big say in the inurance company paying me my specific loss benefit now or can i assume it is just the insurance company telling me i have to sign final papers before i can get this money?
 
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#67
Policies vary widely. Some employer's are self insured and the insurance carrier is actually a third party administrator (TPA). If that is the case than your employer has final say on everything. Other policies give the employer no control, and some fall in the middle where the employer maintains authority over certain issues. Without knowing what type of policy your employer has there is no way that I can answer this question.
Timothy D. Belt
DISCLAIMER: This post is intended as general information applicable only to the state of Pennsylvania. The answer given is based only on the facts provided. This post is not intended to create an attorney client relationship, or to provide any specific guarantee of confidentiality.
 
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#68
Is there any way i can find out what kind of policy my employer has without asking them? I think they are self- insured but i'am not 100% sure
 
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#69
Anyone ?????
 
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#70
You can try this link. It may give you an idea. http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/ser...orm/552709

Timothy D. Belt
DISCLAIMER: This post is intended as general information applicable only to the state of Pennsylvania. The answer given is based only on the facts provided. This post is not intended to create an attorney client relationship, or to provide any specific guarantee of confidentiality.
 
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