Month: November 2021
Is Disproportional Pain Real?
Pain does not always directly correlate to the extent of an injury. In “Amplified Pain – A Helpful Diagnosis,” published recently in JAMA Pediatrics, Dr. David Sherry gave the example of pricking one’s finger in his discussion of disproportional pain.
Do You Have to Exhaust a Claim Remedy for An ERISA Section 510 Claim-Interference?
Roy Robinson was a long-time worker for AT&T. The company began to downsize its workforce in 2020. As an inducement for volunteers, it created a “surplus” program. If one had 23 years or more of service, he would be eligible
Some Things in Life Aren’t Fair… Including Tips for Servers
Many servers love their jobs. They enjoy the opportunity to make better than minimum wage by providing excellent service, hoping that appreciative customers will respond with tips. However, when they are required to engage in tasks such as preparation work
After My Disability Claim is Approved, Am I Safe from a Claim Termination?
One is never safe from a claim termination! All it takes is a new adjustor or new head of the disability department, or someone else with authority who is intent on denying claims and increasing company profits. And sometimes it