In a ruling dated June 20, 2011, claimant Frances Williamson, a 62 year old licensed practical nurse (LPN) who was injured on 5/23/2001 was denied permanent total disability benefits for voluntarily limiting her income. Having received SSDI for 8 years Ms Williamson testified she was completely computer literate when questioned about her vocational skills. However, […]
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In 2009, The Workers’ Compensation Journal published an article written by ReEmployAbility Co-Founder, Frances Ford, titled, “Transitional Employment – It doesn’t take a Super Hero.” The article outlines the need for employers to have a transitional employment plan in place in case an employee is injured on the job. Frances explains, “Returning employees to work […]
When an injured employee reaches Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), it is important to offer alternative solutions, especially if the MMI results determine the employee cannot return to their previous occupation. For some people, not being able to return to their previous field leaves them feeling lost and tossed aside in this new demanding and technologically-savvy job market. […]