At a Continuing Legal Education class I attended some time ago, a spine specialist noted he often provided a copy of a New Yorker’s article called “A Knife in the Back” to patients who were interested in a spinal fusion to treat their chronic pain. The article can be found here. Continue reading A Knife In The Back
The Department and employers often suggest an injured worker is employable, or can be retrained, as a Security Guard and/or Surveillance-System Monitor (watching video monitors), which they frequently view as a sedentary unskilled job. However, frequently these jobs are more physically demanding and require more skills than suggested by the Department and employers. Continue reading Security Guard Jobs – What Are They Really?
From a Workers Compensation perspective, employers may (arguably) return injured workers to light duty at a different job, wage, schedule and location. Any light duty job offer must be within a reasonable commute. Continue reading Reasonable Commute Becomes Not So Reasonable
Have you ever tried to cook pork chops only to suffer the sad result of a piece of meat that is tasteless and as tough as shoe leather? Well, it is not your fault. Help is on the way. Continue reading The Perfect Pork Chop