The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law Book
The only resource of its kind, Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law: The Basics: A Primer for Lawyers, Workers, Medical Professionals & Others (now in its 3rd edition), is an up-to-date and easy-to-understand guide to Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law, practice, and procedure. The book is the only publication that contains the entire Workers’ Compensation Act and the most current Regulations.
This book is designed to be used as a desk reference by injured workers, employers, attorneys, paralegals, claims adjusters, self-insured employers, and vocational rehabilitation workers.
Written in plain English and without any legalese by Attorney Daniel J. Siegel, former Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Section and a frequent lecturer and author on this area of law, the book includes:
- The latest version of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act and Regulations
- A detailed explanation of the Pennsylvania statutes and regulations
- Helpful tips for anyone seeking to better understand Pennsylvania’s complex workers’ compensation system
The book covers everything. Chapters include:
- What Is Workers’ Compensation?
- Total Temporary Disability Benefits
- Partial Disability
- Medical Benefits
- How Does An Attorney Get Paid?
- Substantive Law
- Procedural Law
- The Statute Of Limitations
- What Are a Worker’s Rights?
- Employee Obligations
- Employer Obligations
- Obtaining Benefits
- Who Is An Employer/Employee
- Medical Care Issues
- What Doctor Can I See?
- The Myth Of The 90 Day Rule for Medical Care
- Light Duty Job Offers
- Vocational Interviews
- Labor Market Surveys
- Impairment Rating Evaluations
- Uninsured Employers
- Evidentiary Principles
Buy your copy today!
2017, 6 x 9, 488 pages, paperback
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