July 15, 2019

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What To Do When Injured at Work or On the Job

Being injured in the workplace or while on the job can bring your life to a screeching halt, especially if the injury is serious and permanent. Life as you know it can drastically change in a moment when you’re injured on the job. Workplace injuries … [Read more...]

Lost Wages Compensation in Workers’ Comp Claims

If you’ve been injured in an accident and are unable to work because of your injury, you may be wondering how you’re going to make ends meet while you recover. Many of us work in jobs that our absence means we don’t get paid, so how do the bills get … [Read more...]

Workers’ Compensation Hearing: What to Expect

If you’ve ever been injured on the job and filed a workers’ compensation claim to get paid for your medical expenses and lost wages, you know full well what a long, complicated process it can be. Most people seek legal representation following a … [Read more...]

Workers’ Compensation Appeal: What to Expect

If your workers’ compensation claim was recently denied, you may be contemplating whether or not to appeal. Or, maybe, your workers’ comp lawyer has already told you that you’ve got a good chance of winning an appeal following a judge’s ruling … [Read more...]

Common Workplace Injuries

Work injuries are more common than you might think. However, recovering from an injury isn't something you have to do alone. A workers' compensation attorney can help get you back on the right track. Here are some of the common workplace injuries … [Read more...]

Preparing to Meet with a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

If you have been injured on the job, developed an occupational illness or repetitive stress injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, or have lost someone you love to work-related injuries or illness, your initial consultation with a Workers’ … [Read more...]

Strains and Sprains Most Common Workers’ Comp Injury

If you’ve ever been injured at work, you know that filing a workers’ compensation claim is not easy. There’s a great deal of paperwork to do, the process is a lengthy one, and receiving compensation to cover your medical expenses may seem like an … [Read more...]

Chemical Safety Measures at Risk in New Farm Bill

In April 2013, a major chemical storage and distribution facility in West, Texas exploded. The West Fertilizer Company was set ablaze as a result of arson, but it was how the company stored the chemicals that made the explosion so tragic. Fifteen … [Read more...]

Asbestos Poses Risk to Laborers

The labor force, primarily in the construction and renovation industry, are more at risk of asbestos exposure than most people realize. Though the EPA has banned the use of asbestos in construction materials, it can still be found in thousands of … [Read more...]

Burn Injuries: Radiation Burns

We you think of radiation burns, the first thing that comes to mind is probably nuclear fallout, but there are many other types of radiation burns. For instance, sunburn is a radiation burn and can be so severe as to be life-threatening. Long-term … [Read more...]