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  • Published: November 24, 2021

Some California Employers may try to dispute a worker’s compensation claim to keep their insurance premiums from rising or hide the fact that they don’t have the required amount of worker’s comp insurance. Typical reasons an employer gives include: The company does not carry worker’s comp insurance, or the injury didn’t occur at work, or your injury is not severe…Read More

  • Published: November 17, 2021

Most people experience stress in their job at some point in their employment. For some, though, stress can be so constant and debilitating that it becomes a serious medical condition. Stress is primarily a mental and emotional disorder. Will workers' compensation in California cover stress? Workplace Stress Injuries Workplace stress injuries can be physical, mental, or emotional. Most people are…Read More

  • Published: November 10, 2021

If your employees get hurt or sick from their job, they can get benefits through workers’ compensation insurance. When your employees receive workers’ compensation benefits, they may wonder if they’ll have to pay taxes on them. It depends on the circumstances. Taxable income is often referred to as adjusted gross income or adjusted income minus deductions or exemptions. Taxable income…Read More

  • Published: November 3, 2021

Typing injuries develop over time and, if left untreated, become painful and debilitating conditions that can inhibit your ability to carry out your daily life activities. In the early stages, many people don’t notice the symptoms. But as time passes, the symptoms get worse and often lead to chronic pain.  Typing injuries are repetitive stress injuries that can be recognized…Read More

  • Published: October 28, 2021

Insurance companies often seem to be looking for excuses to deny the claims of injured parties, and they usually try to deny preexisting conditions in workers’ comp cases. If you’re wondering “Can I collect workers’ compensation if I have a preexisting condition?” an attorney with KCNS Law Group can conduct a case review and offer their legal opinion of your…Read More

  • Published: October 19, 2021

When someone is injured while on the job, workers' compensation provides financial support while the individual recovers from their injuries, surgery, or rehabilitation. During this recovery time, it is not uncommon for individuals to search for other types of work that differ from the job at which they were injured. Additionally, workers' compensation only pays out a percentage of income;…Read More

  • Published: October 14, 2021

Employers have a duty to provide a reasonably safe working environment for their employees. However, there are still several thousand work-related accidents that occur in the United States each year. If you have been injured at work, one of the most important first steps you should take is to make sure the accident has been reported.  KCNS Law Group is…Read More

  • Published: October 4, 2021

Under California Labor Code Section 3700, all California employers must provide employees with worker's compensation benefits. One benefit that must be provided to employees who have been hurt on the job is medical care. After a damaging workplace accident, employees may require costly medical treatment, including the need for prescription drugs. KCNS Law Group is a team of California worker's…Read More

  • Published: September 23, 2021

Do you know what to do if you must appeal your workers’ comp claim in California? Employers must carry workers’ compensation insurance to cover employees injured on the job. However, employers or their insurance companies have the right to deny a claim. If your claim is denied, you have several options, such as discussing your claim with the claims adjuster,…Read More

  • Published: September 13, 2021

When you experience a work-related injury, it is natural to wonder whether you can receive unemployment if you receive workers’ compensation as well. After a work injury, you should seek medical attention and notify your employer of your injury. The next step is to file a workers’ compensation claim to recover expenses, wages, and other injury-related costs. Your injury may…Read More

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