Category: Workers’ Compensation Laws

Why Do I Need to Estate Plan?
  If you’re like a lot of people, you may assume that only rich elderly people need estate plans. You may also assume that you’re too young or “too poor” [...]
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What to do When Exposed to Asbestos in the Workplace
  Finding out that your workplace has asbestos in it can come as quite a shock. In fact, when people typically think of asbestos, they picture quarantined areas of a [...]
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Some Things You Should Know About Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ Compensation Lawyer There are a lot of workplace injuries that qualify a person for workers’ compensation. Whether you cut your finger on a wire, fell down a staircase, or [...]
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Do Prior Injuries Mean I Cannot Get Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
By Valarie Grossman, Esq. You have been injured before. Who hasn’t? We are only human. But I would bet most of your prior injuries have not been at work. So [...]
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The Consequences of Refusing a Blood or Breath Test
All states have strict laws that govern drinking and driving. The federal standard is that if you have a blood alcohol concentration at .08 or above, then you are driving [...]
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Workers on the Frontline of COVID-19 Deserve the Protection of Workers’ Compensation
Many of us across the country are feeling the pain of the spreading Coronavirus by being isolated in our homes, unable to resume our normal lives and the freedom of [...]
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Workers’ Comp When You Live and Work in Different States
Workers’ compensation is a system in the United States where employees who are injured while working are entitled to have their injury-related expenses compensated. However, many people do not fully [...]
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I’m Facing Domestic Battery Charges. Do I Need to Hire a Private Attorney?
If your spouse, significant other, or another family member has been arrested for domestic battery, you may be wondering whether or not the charges can be dropped. While it initially [...]
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Drug Formularies – Lower Costs at the Expense of Injured Workers? 
Depending on the state involved, the cost of prescription drugs for injured workers make up 11%–17% of the overall cost of the average workers compensation claim. The overall cost includes [...]
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Steps to Take Following a Construction Accident
Construction accidents are all too common.  Unfortunately for the workers, often times, building managers and general contractors focus on their bottom line instead of safety.  If a building owner or [...]
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