Legal Advice for Work Injury — 77 results
Written by attorney Timothy O'Hare, almost 4 years ago.
I am a firm believer in capitalism. Capitalism is the foundation of the American dream. People working hard and making money is what makes America great. The notion that you can get rich or... more
Written by attorney Avery N Crossman, about 4 years ago.
Pain and Suffering in Arizona Worker's Comp. Unfortunately, an worker hurt in Arizona does not get paid for pain and suffering. The way the system is set up is to pay people for their... more
Written by attorney Gerald Lutkenhaus, over 4 years ago.
If your injury is due to repetitive lifting in Virginia, this is what you need to know.
Written by attorney Patrick Mulvey, almost 3 years ago.
Sexual harassment is defined as any form of unwelcome sexual acts or comments. Not only can it cause victims emotional stress, but it is also against the law.
According to the U.S. Equal... more
Written by attorney Stephen Hoffman, about 5 years ago.
Report The Injury Report to your immediate supervisor either orally or in writing as soon as possible. You have a limited number of days under the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act to... more
Written by attorney Carl Reisman, over 5 years ago.
A brief checklist for injured workers to help them preserve their rights.
Report your injury to your employer ASAP.Go to the doctor of your choice ASAP and give an accurate history of how... more
Written by attorney Edward Joel Lake, over 1 year ago.
Working with a variety of equipment and materials, construction injuries are unfortunately consistent problems for construction workers in New York. A construction accident attorney in Long... more
Written by attorney Joseph Miller, about 2 months ago.
. Introduction According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were around 3 Million reported work-related injuries and illnesses (non-fatal) in 2012. Every day people are injured on... more
Written by attorney Jeremiah Sisk, 2 months ago.
There are many reasons an injured worker fails to give timely notice to an employer. And the ultimate decision of whether to pursue a workers’ compensation claim against the employer rests... more
Written by attorney Nikki Jacobson, over 1 year ago.
If you are injured or become ill, either physically or mentally, because of your job, including injuries resulting from a workplace crime, you may be entitled to workers compensation... more
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