Brilliant & Neiman LLC

Brilliant & Neiman, LLC is a Pennsylvania law firm focused on workers' compensation representation. The firm represents Pennsylvania workers who were injured at work. If you have question regarding the compensation you are entitled under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act, contact the firm for a free initial consultation. Visit the Web Site of Brilliant & Neiman to learn more.

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As we noted in our June 2020 update, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers’ Compensation began to (technically) allow limited in-person hearings, in counties which have been declared to be in the “Green” phase by Governor Wolf.  This announcement was made
Continue Reading PA Workers’ Compensation Hearings Primarily Still Being Done Telephonically

As more counties across Pennsylvania reach the “Green” phase in the COVID-19 recovery process, attorneys involved in the PA workers’ compensation process were curious to know how this will impact the operations of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.  Yesterday, we
Continue Reading PA Workers’ Compensation System Will Not Fully Open, Even as Each County in Pennsylvania Reaches the Green Phase

Once an injured worker in Pennsylvania establishes an entitlement to workers’ compensation benefits (when out of work, the benefits are known as “temporary total disability benefits” or TTD), the workers’ comp insurance carrier cannot just stop paying the benefits at
Continue Reading PA Workers’ Compensation Benefits Suspended For Alleged Voluntary Withdrawal From The Labor Market

Yesterday, our attorneys participated in a webinar dealing with the continuing impact the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation system.  We have already participated in hearings using Skype for Business, and understand some Workers’ Compensation Judges
Continue Reading Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Continues to Impact PA Workers’ Compensation System

This blog does not address Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it relates to PA workers’ compensation.  Which is good, because I think we are all tired of seeing the words “Coronavirus” or “COVID-19.”
Instead, we are looking at a recent decision
Continue Reading Late Issuance of NSTC After Last Workers’ Compensation Check Does Not Convert NTCP to NCP

With all of the attention justifiably focused on the fear and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic, it might be nice for us to change gears, and have a blog post that does not mention COVID-19 (well, doesn’t mention it again!).
Continue Reading Dina Brilliant, of Brilliant & Neiman LLC, Named Co-Chair of BCBA Solo & Small Practice Section