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  • Published: September 13, 2023

No one wants to tangle with an insurance provider after a workplace injury. If you’re protected by workers’ compensation, though, that coverage can supplement the wages you lose while recovering from your injuries. That said, what losses does workers’ compensation actually cover? Can you use workers’ compensation to cover inhalation injuries endured in the workplace? More often than not, yes.…Read More

  • Published: September 7, 2023

You can face all kinds of losses in the wake of an accident. The worst of these can take the form of lost income. If you can’t return to work and your supervisor won’t offer you paid time off, how are you supposed to recover those lost wages? If you’re working with an experienced attorney, you can integrate your lost…Read More

  • Published: August 23, 2023

As an employee, if you are injured while working, you are eligible to receive monetary benefits for the harm you suffered. Workers' compensation is insurance that offers employees cash benefits and medical care if they become ill or harmed from their jobs. However, obtaining this money becomes complicated when a person is working "under the table." If you were injured…Read More

  • Published: August 17, 2023

Workers in California who have suffered a job-related injury or illness can often obtain workers' compensation benefits while they recover. These benefits include wage replacement as well as coverage of medical expenses related to the injury or illness. However, what happens if your employment ends while you are still being treated? Can you continue receiving workers' comp after being fired?…Read More

  • Published: August 12, 2023

For many Californians, the perfect summertime job involves time outdoors. However, while the season offers many unique employment opportunities, those opportunities commonly involve unique risks related to the warmer temperatures. If you've been injured due to a safety hazard at your workplace that results in the need for medical treatment and time missed from work, you can seek benefits through…Read More

  • Published: August 5, 2023

Being a camp counselor is usually a seasonal or part-time position. However, just because the job is not full-time does not mean that on-the-job injuries can’t be compensated. Unfortunately, many seasonal employees do not pursue the compensation they deserve following these accidents because they think they are not entitled to the same benefits as full-time workers or do not know…Read More

  • Published: July 27, 2023

If you have been injured on the job, dealing with your recovery can be a complicated and lengthy process. One of the most critical parts of this ordeal is finding a capable physician who can properly diagnose and treat your injuries or illness. Unfortunately, finding the right doctor to treat you through this challenging time is not always easy, and…Read More

  • Published: July 21, 2023

Being injured at work can be a distressing experience. In addition to the physical pain you're facing, you may be worried about when you'll be able to return to work or even whether you'll be able to go back to your previous role at all. You may also be worried about your finances and whether workers' compensation will cover all…Read More

  • Published: July 14, 2023

Any injury can turn your life upside down, cause you to miss work, and result in burdensome medical expenses. You may expect that during work hours, any accident that occurs to you can give you the right to claim coverage through your employer's workers' compensation insurance. Work is work, and you may not give a second thought to the fact…Read More

  • Published: July 9, 2023

The California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), also known as the gig worker bill, has dramatically changed the longstanding regulations surrounding how an employer will determine whether their worker is an independent contractor or an employee. The law became effective January 1, 2020, and reclassified millions of workers in the state as employees. In the past, the California Supreme Court used…Read More

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