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Think again if you decide not to follow the rules of workers comp if you are hurt on the job!
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The Rules of Social Media

The Rules of Social Media | To follow or not to follow? | Scoop.it

"As part of our social media roadmap in the September 2012 issue of Fast Company, we asked social media's savviest users about their best practices. Use this guide to share their rules, then add yours, and we'll keep charting a course through this rocky terrain."

 

This article is laid out as tweets from experts, and they give some good advice.

 


Via Mike Ellsworth, Attorney 2.Oh!
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Mike Ellsworth's comment, August 12, 2012 1:04 AM
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Follow the rules!

Have you been hurt on the job?  You thinking of not following the rules?  Well, think again if you decide to rebel.  If you have a claim for worker's compenstation from being hurt on the job and you decide to not do as you are told, you could lose your benefits.  

 

Follow your work restrictions!  If you are allowed to return to work with certain exemptions, follow them!  You can cost yourself a lot of heartache and money.  If you return to work and feel fine, still follow doctor's orders.

 

Keep your doctor and or physical therapy appointments!  You don't want to delay your medical treatment.  Also, if you can't make an appointment, notify the proper people.  Missing too many appointments can suspend your treatment.

 

Communicate with your doctor(s) and employer(s).  If something is wrong, hurts, etc, let it be known!  

 

For more detailed information please visit:  http://www.lpwlawfirm.com/practice-areas/workers-compensation/tips-workers-compensation/

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NJ Supreme Court Rules on Workers

Injured workers have to fight to get fair workers' compensation benefits following a workplace accident, and it is all too common for valid claims to be wrongfully denied.
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