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Worker’s Comp Benefits: Permanent Partial Disability Benefits

November 5, 2018

Virginia has several different types of compensation, or money, that you may receive after you have been injured at work and have filed a worker’s compensation claim. The names of several of them sound similar, and it can be difficult to understand what each one means. One type is Permanent Partial Disability Benefits, for people […]

Worker’s Comp Benefits: Temporary Total Disability Benefits

October 29, 2018

Virginia has several different types of compensation, or money, that you may receive after you have been injured at work and have filed a worker’s compensation claim. The names of several of them sound similar, and it can be difficult to understand what each one means. One type is Temporary Total Disability Benefits, for people […]

Worker’s Comp Benefits: Temporary Partial Disability

October 23, 2018

Virginia has several different types of compensation, or money, that you may receive after you have been injured at work and have filed a worker’s compensation claim. The names of many of them sound similar, and it can be difficult to understand what each one means. One type is Temporary Partial Disability Benefits, for people […]

How to Tell HammondTownsend You’ve Been Injured at Work

October 16, 2018

If you’ve been hurt at work in Virginia, there are three steps to follow: In this blog series, we’ll break down what to do in each step to set you up for success in your workers’ compensation claim. The first week, we covered how to tell your boss that you’ve been injured at work. The […]

How to Tell A Doctor You’ve Been Injured at Work

October 9, 2018

If you’ve been hurt at work in Virginia, there are three steps to follow: In this blog series, we’ll break down what to do in each step to set you up for success in your worker’s compensation claim. The first week, we covered how to tell your boss that you’ve been injured at work. This […]

How to Tell Your Boss You’ve Been Injured at Work

October 3, 2018

If you’ve been hurt at work in Virginia, there are three steps to follow: In this blog series, we’ll break down what to do in each step to set you up for success in your worker’s compensation claim. This week, we’re covering how to tell your boss that you’ve been injured at work. You’re doing […]

Join our Team-Richmond

September 20, 2018

Statewide workers’ compensation law firm is seeking an experienced workers’ compensation paralegal in our Richmond office.  Come join the team! The ideal candidate must be extremely well-organized, able to work under pressure, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism. A high-degree of written and verbal communication skills are also necessary. The candidate […]

Grand Bargain: Not So Rock Solid

September 19, 2018

By Peter Rousmaniere Published by workcompensation.com Sept 5, 2018 The Kansas Court of Appeals in this past June unanimously struck down a provision in the state’s workers’ compensation law as unconstitutional. The court said that the law deprived the injured worker of a remedy for his injury. The decision prompts the question: How is the […]

HammondTownsend Named as AIOLC’s 10 Best Workers’ Compensation Firm in VA

September 13, 2018

PRESS RELEASEThe Hammond Townsend, PLC Has Been Nominated and Accepted as 2018 AIOLC’s 10 Best Workers’ Compensation Firm in Virginia For Client Satisfaction The American Institute Of Legal Counsel has recognized the exceptional performance of Virginia’s Workers’ Compensation Firm, Hammond Townsend, PLC as 2018 10 Best Legal Counsel for Client Satisfaction.The American Institute Of Legal […]

RULE 3: INVEST IN THE FUTURE.  IF YOU ARE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO INHERIT MONEY FROM THE PRECEDING GENERATIONS, BE A GOOD STEWARD OF THAT ASSET SO THAT YOU CAN PASS IT ALONG TO THE GENERATIONS WHICH FOLLOW YOU.

August 14, 2018

My father would often say that his will was going to be simple and would read as follows: “Being of sound mind and body, I spent it all while I was alive.” Of course, his will said no such thing. (I know because I was named as one of the executors.) Thanks in part to […]

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