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  • Published: November 20, 2022

When hiring seasonal workers, it’s important to understand how your state’s workers' compensation laws may impact potential employees. Workers’ compensation insurance is designed to protect employees against medical bills and lost wages if they are injured on the job. Depending on your state, there may be limitations when hiring seasonal workers, especially if you work with youth or other job…Read More

  • Published: November 15, 2022

If you are an undocumented immigrant, can you still file a workers’ compensation claim if you are injured at work? If not, what other options do you have to help with your medical bills or other issues from your injury?  If you are an undocumented immigrant working in an unsafe workplace or organization, it is important that you understand your…Read More

  • Published: November 10, 2022

When you work in a physically demanding environment and are tasked with performing repetitive tasks, it’s only a matter of time before you experience some kind of strain or injury. A common question from workers is whether they are covered under their workers' compensation policy if they hurt themselves while on the job. A self-inflicted injury is typically defined as…Read More

  • Published: November 5, 2022

In today’s digital world, more and more workers are telecommuting from home or from another remote location. This flexibility has its advantages, giving employees the ability to work from almost anywhere. But what about the risks? Does working remotely put you at a higher risk for injury?  Working from home or any other remote location does not change whether or…Read More

  • Published: October 20, 2022

Workers’ compensation is an insurance policy that helps people who are injured on the job and are unable to return, meaning they could lose out on potential wages. If you're hurt while working, you may qualify for workers' compensation benefits based on the extent of your injuries and what type of work you do.  If you suffer an injury on…Read More

  • Published: October 15, 2022

If you’ve just been injured at work and are now on workers’ compensation benefits, you might be wondering how soon is “too soon” before you go back to work. The answer isn’t simple, because everyone’s case is different depending on their workplace, their injuries, and their health. There are risks associated with going back to work too soon after a…Read More

  • Published: October 10, 2022

When you have a disability or chronic condition, it might be difficult to perform certain job tasks. To perform optimally and remain safe at work, you may need to request accommodations from your employer. In particular, accommodations are important if you have a disability or chronic illness that can make it difficult for you to complete common tasks as part…Read More

  • Published: October 5, 2022

You work hard, and you should be fairly compensated for it. Unfortunately, employers aren’t always fair with how they pay their employees. Unfair pay is when an employee isn’t paid what they are owed or is not given the right amount of their paycheck at the right time. This is also called withholding funds from an employee.  Contact KCNS Law…Read More

  • Published: September 20, 2022

Social media continues to be an important part of everyday life, but you might wonder if these sites are a hindrance when you’re filling out an application for workers’ compensation benefits. Are these sites helpful in your situation? Or could this information have negative consequences on your claim?  Because each state is different in its response to workers’ compensation claims…Read More

  • Published: September 15, 2022

Construction workers must contend with a variety of unique hazards in their day-to-day operations. They face many common risks that other professions don’t encounter, such as exposure to raw materials, airborne contaminants, and heavy equipment. To keep construction workers safe from preventable injuries and fatalities while they perform their duties, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has implemented standards…Read More

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