State Rep. Chuck Moosley’s bills concerning adult education and workers compensation improvement initiatives has passed the State House of Representatives, and is headed to the State Senate.
H.B. 1116 is Moosley’s bill which would improve the level of care granted to workers receiving healthcare treatment through the state’s workers’ compensation program. Under Moosley’s system, seriously injured workers seeking emergency medical care will be able to seek treatment from any doctor, rather than just a company-approved doctor.
If you or someone you love has been injured and isn’t receiving the long-term disability that he or she needs, contact the Indiana long-term disability attorneys of the Hankey Law Office today by calling (800) 520-3633.
Indiana State Police are investigating the cause of a collision between a semi-truck and a passenger van that left two individuals dead and injured 17 others. The crash apparently occurred while the two vehicles were traveling northbound on I-65, and when the van tried to enter the shoulder of the roadway and was struck from behind by the truck. Sources say the injuries range from minor to critical for the passengers involved in the wreck.
If you have been involved in a serious accident, you may require long-term disability assistance. Contact the Indiana long-term disability lawyer of the Hankey Law Office at 317-634-8565 today.
An accident at the Mackey Arena construction site in West Lafayette, Indiana left one worker seriously injured on Monday morning. Sources say the Hoosier Steel subcontractor fell approximately 10 feet after falling through a hole while installing metal decking on the penthouse level of the new arena, falling from the fourth-floor to the third.
The worker was reportedly transported to the St. Elizabeth Medical Center for treatment following the accident. Sources say that his employer has already begun preliminary safety investigations.
If you have suffered injury while performing the duties required by your employer, contact the Indiana workers’ compensation attorneys of the Hankey Law Office at (800) 520-3633 to discuss your legal options.
A new federal insurance program is among the measures being debated in the health legislation bill. The program would provide cash benefits to those with long-term disabilities. The bill is meant to help people with severe disabilities who wish to live in a community, although a person could also use the benefits toward assisted living or nursing home care.
Advocates of the measure say that it is a step in the right direction to help aging baby boomers and people with disabilities. However, critics say that the program could create financial problems for the government in the future.
If you or a loved one has been denied the benefits they deserve, please contact an Indiana long-term disability lawyer of the Hankey Law Office by calling (800) 520-3633.
The recent health care debate that has been occurring for the last few months and has brought many health related issues to the fore-front of the national debate.
One of the most discussed issues is the costs of care. The costs of care are a substantial factor in individuals being able to afford the costs of a long-term disability. These high costs have kept many individuals from receiving the treatment they need. These costs have also kept some insurers and other agencies from providing the care that an individual deserves.
If the overall cost of care can be brought down, then the ability to help individuals with a long term disability become more manageable.
If you or someone you love has been denied benefits they deserve, contact the Indiana Long Term Disability Lawyers of Hankey Law Office by calling (800) 520-3633.
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