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New Virginia COVID-19 Workers Comp Law

Workers Compensation Attorney Joe Miller reports on the features of the new Workers Compensation Law passed by the Virginia Legislature which has added COVID-19 as an occupational disease for health care workers who became sick from COVID-19 who were directly involved in the treatment or diagnosis of actual or suspected COVID-19 patients. The new law …

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What Workplace Rules Apply to COVID Vaccines?

There’s good news finally about the COVID-19 pandemic which has affected workers and everyone in numerous ways. More than 350,000 Americans have died due to the disease and nearly 20 million Americans have become infected.  The good news is that the Food and Drug Administration has approved two COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and by …

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Workers’ Compensation Trends for 2021

There are many 2020 developments that will affect workers’ compensation for both employees and employers in 2021 and the coming years. Many of these developments are related to COVID-19. Other developments, according to CMR Risk & Insurance , include the use of telemedicine, the rise of mega claims, and the rise of comorbidities. Employers across …

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COVID-19 Can Kill Your VA Workers Comp Case

In this video Workers Compensation Lawyer Joe Miller explains how your contraction of COVID-19 illness could completely “kill” or derail a perfectly good workers compensation case in Virginia, even if you are under an Award. As a matter of fact, if you become unable to work as a result of ANY condition that is not …

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Potential Great News For Virginia Health Care Providers and others who Got Sick from COVID-19

Workers Compensation Attorney Joe Miller talks about Virginia Senate Bill 5066, which proposes to create a legal presumption for all police, firefighters, first Responders and healthcare providers in the Commonwealth that if he or she contracted COVID-19, then it is presumed to have been contracted on the job, and accordingly, is compensable as an occupational disease. Most importantly, the bill, as proposed, would be retroactive to provide this presumption to any worker in one of these occupations who became ill from COVID-19 at any time after January 1, 2020. Although some folks who have already taken their COVID cases to hearing in Virginia have prevailed, the majority have not.

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FAQs about COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina and Virginia

The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) has posted a number of questions and answers about how the novel coronavirus is affecting work injury cases across the country. Some of the questions and answers follow. For more information, consult with an experienced North Carolina or Virginia workers’ compensation lawyer to discuss your rights and your …

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