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This is the American Law Journal. If you get injured at work, you want to get better. The boss wants you to get better, so why is there such a pitched battle in the state of Pennsylvania as to who controls the medical process? Good evening, I'm Christopher Norton. Tonight, workers comp and the company dock for guests join me. Tonight, Helman Banks is in the studio for the first time, partnering with Martin Banks of the law firm that authored the workers compensation handbook. The firm has been in practice for about four decades. Anthony Salvino is with us this evening, a returning player here on the program with White and Williams. They're the respondents counsel in the land of workers compensation. He represents the insurance carriers and the corporations. He also chairs White and Williams workers compensation section. George Bailey is back. He has Ellis Lee been representing claimants and plaintiffs in both workers compensation and personal injury matters with Beatty Sloan and Digenova. Lovely offices they are on Locust Street in Philadelphia. The Honorable Joseph Hakken is with us once again. The judge has spent over two decades on the bench. In a former life, he was a plaintiff and a defense attorney, so I think he knows a few things about a lot of workers compensation. Here's a new bill that's being proposed in the state of Pennsylvania. It's been sitting around for the last six or seven months, but if it's passed, they will change the way workers compensation and doctors work together in that state. The bill would extend from 90 days to 180 days the period during which an employee who has filed a workers compensation claim must seek treatment from an employer designated medical provider panel. That means you'd have to work...