PA House to Vote to Extend Workers’ Compensation 90 Day Rule

On May 23 the PA House of Representatives will vote on HB 808, which extends the time period for captive treatment with a panel doctor from 90 days to 180 days (6 months). This is the insurance companies’ version of rationed medical care. This is not just a bad bill, it is bad medicine. It will deprive injured worker’s the right to select their own medical provider and limit access to quality medical care.

Call to Action

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Please contact the legislators listed below and ask them to vote NO to HB 808.

Your effort today, along with that of your family and friends, can help turn senators against this piece of legislation.

THANK YOU!

Representative County District Office Number

Rep. Bill Adolph Delaware (610) 544-9878

Rep. Gene DiGirolamo Bucks (215) 750-1017

Rep. John Evans Crawford/Erie (814) 734-2793

Rep. Frank Farry Bucks (215) 752-6750

Rep. Rick Geist Blair (814) 946-7218

Rep. Bob Godshall Montgomery (215) 368-3500

Rep. Joe Hackett Delaware (610) 461-5543

Rep. Kate Harper Montgomery (610) 277-3230

Rep. Tim Hennessey Chester (610) 380-8600

Rep. Tom Killion Delaware (610) 325-1541

Rep. Jim Marshall Beaver (724) 847-1352

Rep. Nick Miccarelli Delaware (610) 534-1002

Rep. Nick Micozzie Delaware (610) 259-2820

Rep. Tom Murt Montgomery (215) 674-3755

Rep. Dennis O’Brien Philadelphia (215) 632-5150

Rep. Michael Peifer Monroe/Pike (570) 253-5533

Rep. Mario Scavello Monroe (570) 839-0313

Rep. Todd Stephens Montgomery (215) 368-5165

Rep. John Taylor Philadelphia (215) 744-2600

Rep. Mike Tobash Schuylkill (570) 385-8235

Rep. Tarah Toohil Luzerne (570) 450-7905

Rep. Mike Vereb Montgomery (610) 409-2615

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