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What’s the Difference Between a Workers’ Compensation and a Personal Injury Claim?
  • Published: July 28, 2021

Have you been in an accident at work performing your regular work duties, such as a slip and fall? If so, you might be wondering if you should file a workers’ compensation or personal injury claim. While most workers assume they can only file a workers’ compensation claim after a work injury, there might be times when you may file…Read More

  • Published: July 20, 2021

If you sustained an injury or illness through your regular work requirements, filing a workers’ compensation claim may help offset the financial burden of an accident or sickness. However, accident victims must know that filing a workers’ compensation claim can be complex and confusing. Making these five mistakes may result in a business or insurance company denying your claim.  Working…Read More

Common Injuries and Illnesses that Qualify for Workers’ Compensation
  • Published: July 12, 2021

Every year, hundreds of people sustain workplace injuries or illnesses. To protect employees, California mandates all employers provide workers’ compensation insurance coverage. Through the program, injured workers can collect compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and other economic damages. Employees seeking workers’ compensation should also know that if they receive this insurance, they may not be able to file a…Read More

Do You Have to Report Workers’ Compensation Benefits on Your Taxes
  • Published: June 24, 2021

Workers’ compensation benefits are available to employees who sustained a work-related injury or illness, and California companies must have these benefits available. If you received workers’ compensation benefits in California, you might be wondering whether you have to report these benefits on your taxes and if the compensation is taxable. While you should report these benefits, it is typically not…Read More

5 Reasons Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Could Be Denied (1)
  • Published: June 12, 2021

Insurance companies deny workers’ compensation benefits every day. When this happens, you may be left to pay for medical care out of pocket, putting you in a grave financial situation. At the KCNS Law Group, our attorneys provide robust legal representation to those seeking workers’ compensation benefits in California. We will also help you understand why an insurer or employer…Read More

What Medical Treatments Workers’ Compensation Covers (1)
  • Published: June 1, 2021

Workers’ compensation benefits are to help employees who sustained a work-related injury or illness. Many accident victims wonder whether there is a maximum amount of compensation or limits to what treatments they can pursue. Generally, there is no cap on workers’ compensation medical benefits in California as long as you are receiving necessary medical care.  Workers’ compensation benefits can be…Read More

Do OSHA Violations Affect My Workers' Compensation Claim?
  • Published: May 13, 2021

Workplace injuries can happen in any field or environment. Whether you are working in an office, on a construction site, at a pharmacy, or in a factory, serious injuries can occur if the workplace is not up to certain safety standards. Regardless of where you are employed, you can be subject to accidents on the job. When this happens, you…Read More

What to Do if Your Employer Doesn't Carry Workers' Compensation Insurance in CA (1)
  • Published: May 10, 2021

After experiencing an accident in the workplace, many employees rely on the compensation provided by their employer’s insurance company to get the medication and treatment they need. This financial assistance is often crucial for injured workers to pay off their medical bills, but it is also vital for anyone who has experienced a loss of wages as a result of…Read More

How to Choose the Right Workers' Comp Attorney in California
  • Published: May 5, 2021

Millions of employees across the United States file workers’ compensation claims every year, especially in California. If you, or someone you know, have been hurt on the job, you may be able to receive financial compensation from your employer’s insurance company. No matter how severe your injuries are, you may be entitled to compensation based on your injuries after experiencing…Read More

Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits if I Was Injured While Working Remotely_ (1)
  • Published: May 2, 2021

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began over a year ago, thousands of California workers have transitioned to working from home. Work injuries can still happen even when employees are not in the office, and you might be wondering if workers’ compensation benefits extend to injuries you sustain while working remotely. Your ability to obtain this compensation will depend on several factors…Read More

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