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Monthly Archives: June 2020

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Can I Choose My Own Doctor and Still Receive CT Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

By Morizio Law Firm |

Workers’ compensation law requires your employer to pay for any “necessary and appropriate medical treatment” arising from a work-related accident or injury. But does this mean your employer has to pay any medical bills that you present? Or does the employer have a say in who actually provides you with medical care. Basically, when… Read More »

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How Different Types of CT Workers’ Compensation Benefits Require Different Types of Proof

By Morizio Law Firm |

There are several different types of workers’ compensation benefits available under Connecticut law. For example, there are temporary partial disability benefits, which apply to an employee who is able to return to some type of work, but not the same exact job or hours as before their injury or illness. In other cases, an… Read More »

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Are the Results of a “Commissioner’s Exam” Binding in a Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Case?

By Morizio Law Firm |

When seeking workers’ compensation benefits, the doctors hired by your employer may disagree with your own physician’s diagnosis regarding the cause of your injury or illness. If this disagreement persists into a formal hearing, the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commissioner can ask you to submit to a separate exam by an independent third doctor. This… Read More »

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