When a business closes its doors, many employees are affected, including workers receiving workers’ compensation due to injuries suffered in the workplace. Understandably, the injured worker may wonder what will happen to their workers' comp … [Read more...] about What Happens to My Workers’ Comp Benefits if My Company Closes?
Workplace emergencies occur in many ways. While some are common in specific industries, others are more general and common in almost all workplaces. Let's discuss common workplace emergencies, ways to minimize the risk of injuries, and what to do … [Read more...] about What Should You Do If You Are Injured During a Workplace Emergency?
Preparing for your deposition may seem like an overwhelming task. However, we will provide you with the necessary information before your deposition so that you are well prepared. If you are involved in a work-related accident, and you are asked … [Read more...] about At My Workers’ Compensation Deposition, What Questions Will I Be Asked?
OSHA has coined the phrase "Fatal Four" to describe the construction industry's most dangerous types of accidents. Each year work accidents lead to serious injuries. Depending on the occupation type, you might face catastrophic harm or even lose a … [Read more...] about What is OSHA’s “Fatal Four”?
Each year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and other federal agencies publish the latest workplace injury statistics. No matter what you do for a living or where you work in the U.S., there is always a chance that you will get injured on … [Read more...] about 2021 Update – Non-Fatal Workplace Injury Statistics
The answer often depends on the type of light-duty work offered and whether or not your doctor thinks you can handle it. While you are healing from work-related injuries, you may not be able to get back to your old job. However, employers are … [Read more...] about Are My Workers’ Comp Benefits at Risk if I Decline a Light-Duty Job Offer?