….subcategories of National Issues, Legal, Regional/State Specific, Settlements…. !
Did you nominate THIS blog, Ask About Workers Comp Gravy Trains, for the Best Blogs event by WorkersCompensation.com yet? Thanks! 😀 It’s been a public service blog since Summer of 2013. It even includes some scattered resources that will be reformatted into a better directory this year.
PROOF IS IN THE RESULTS, HUH? “The parties reached resolution subject to confidentiality agreement.”
#Blog4TheCure! #Blog4Freedom! March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Got Brains? #DodgeTheRads2
The Injured Worker was initially poorly represented, then self-represented. There’s little love or respect between CAAA and the injured worker(s).
“I BLOG, THEREFORE I AM A WORKCOMP SURVIVOR. BE ONE, TOO.”
If YOU have a #WorkComp Blog that explores the Injured Worker perspective, leave the link in comments and invite others to read. If you are not blogging yet, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
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2016 – 4,385 views to date
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It would be a big help, whether or not these blogs “make the WorkersCompensation.com list” if you would FIGHT CENSORSHIP and follow these blogs, because, WE ARE THE MEDIA NOW:
“Comp Laude and Best Blogs: There Has Never Been a Better Time to Celebrate the Best in Workers’ Comp”
Rebranding, since the blog seems to have been instrumental in facilitating ‘the parties reaching resolution, subject to confidentiality agreement,’ and the process includes a new blog called MyWorkCompCoach.com.
This new blog will include some untold Injured Worker stories, including Veterans kicked to the curb not only by the VA, but by subsequent work injuries. We have already received a few, and most want to share ‘Anonymously’ for fear of retribution from employers, insurers or bogey-peeps.
When you think about WorkComp and the plight of Injured Workers, be sure to know about Botched Surgeries and Failures to Provide Corrective Surgeries that contribute to the “disability making machinery” and opiate traffic. The stories are heinous. If you have a job, hope you NEVER GET HURT on the job! If the injury doesn’t kill you, WorkComp ‘care’ may finish the job!
Do you have a WorkComp Story to tell? Tell it here! “What’s YOUR WorkComp Story?” Anonymous PRECEDES Unanimous! Remember that!
“Do you see what we we see?”
O SAY CAN YOU SEE, AMERICA!
An e-Course is in the works, WorkComp Survival and Virtual Combat Skills — watch for details!
We collectively hope to incite real discussion in the alleged ‘national discussions’ (albeit secret discussions) in the works now. We trust that the efforts of carriers like “Sedgwick Institute” will embrace Injured Workers, listen to the horror stories, so that we can all, collectively, work toward life extending resolutions that include ‘immediate, reasonable and appropriate medical care’ and return to work efforts, when possible.
“… Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc. said it has established the Sedgwick Institute, which it describes as “an interdisciplinary community of thought leaders dedicated to elevating the dialogue around issues affecting the risk and benefits industry.”
Let’s dismantle the “disability making machine’ and create a legitimate Workers Rights movement to combat what WorkComp has become. As the Department of Labor Secretary Perez indicates, their hands are somewhat tied.
The Congressional letter of October 2015 indicated some willingness on the part of a few members of Congress (and even a few more representing nuclear workers!) to provide law enforcement assistance, if necessary. It appears to be necessary, in most states. So, ‘SEND IN THE NATIONAL GUARD, AND ENSURE THEY ATTEND THE ‘SECRET’ NATIONAL DISCUSSIONS in the works for May, somewhere in the ‘heartland.’
The matters of unbridled profits for the insurance industries on the backs of injured workers, along with costs shifting to same injured workers, to State and Federal coffers, is also discussed. It’s hoped that the ‘national discussions’ include the most destructive and dangerous practices first, vs. hand wringing and “CYA” practices to protect PROFITS BEFORE LIVES.
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