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Has Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Been Delayed? Published in Workers Compensation on June 30, 2020.

After a workplace injury, you might take all the steps you are supposed to do – but you still are not receiving the workers’ compensation benefits you need. Many injured workers experience delays in the claim process, which can be concerning as your medical expenses start adding up, and you are unsure how to cover your regular bills while you… READ MORE

Workers’ Compensation Claims Following Traffic Accidents Published in Workers Compensation on June 15, 2020.

Many people operate motor vehicles as part of their job duties. Whether you are a full-time driver or your boss asks you to make certain trips, there is the chance that you could be injured in a traffic accident. While you might have an idea how to proceed after a regular car crash (such as stop and exchange insurance information),… READ MORE

Intentional Infliction Of Emotional Distress Published in Workers Compensation on June 5, 2020.
Did You Sustain a Head Injury at Work? Published in Workers Compensation on May 18, 2020.

If you’ve experienced a bump on the head at work, you may not pay much attention, but the fact is that concussions and other serious head injuries can be asymptomatic until they develop into something more serious and more difficult to treat. Certain kinds of work, such as construction, pose an especially serious danger for head injuries on the job,… READ MORE

Overworked Employees Might be More Prone to Injury Published in Workers Compensation on April 16, 2020.

Being overworked is a long-recognized hazard to employees, especially for those at risk of on-the-job injuries. As COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, puts increasing pressure on certain industries to maintain the flow of food and other essential supplies, as well as critical services such as health care, to the rest of America, the risk that people in these crucial… READ MORE