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3 Reasons Why A Workers Compensation Attorney Is Crucial To Your Case

Have you been injured while at work? Is your employer trying to make things difficult for you and prevent you from getting the compensation that you rightly deserve? When you've suffered a workplace injury, it's often not the injury itself that is the worst part. Instead, it's how you are treated by your employer when you attempt to claim compensation for the injuries that they should have been able to prevent.   Read More...

The Impact Of The "Me, Too" Campaign On Sexual Harassment: Why Now Is The Time To Strike

In the past six months, more and more women are coming forward to say that they were molested, assaulted, or raped. Women in Hollywood started it, and it gave regular, everyday women the chance to stand up to their offenders. The strength in feminine numbers has also set in motion another phenomenon; the highest number of sexual harassment lawsuits seen in, well, never.  The "Me, Too," campaign has swept the nation.   Read More...

Should Your Company Demand Employees Sign Non-Competes Or Non-Disclosures?

Non-compete and non-disclosure agreements are features of employment contracts that are meant to protect the employing company. Non-competes usually state that the employee will not work for another company in a particular capacity or field for a certain amount of time after leaving the first company; non-disclosures require that the employee not talk about certain topics. On paper, these seem like reasonable concepts, but the real-world implications can be quite different.   Read More...

Unconventional Injuries That Workers' Compensation May Cover

It is common knowledge that workers compensation insurance covers workers' injuries that occur in the workplace. However, many employees are not aware of the wide scope of this insurance coverage. For example, many people don't know that workers' compensation insurance covers the following injuries: Injuries Sustained During Lunch Hour The conventional definition of workers compensation is that it applies only to injuries sustained in the course of work. This makes some people believe that injuries sustained during break time or lunch hours are not covered by workers compensation insurance, but this isn't entirely true.   Read More...

Filing For Worker's Compensation? How To Know When To Hire An Attorney

Worker's compensation is a safeguard put in place to protect the people who work for an employer in the United States. Sustaining an injury on the job is one of those unexpected occurrences that can change the entire trajectory of your working life. If this has happened to you and you're thinking about filing a worker's compensation claim, you need to know when it's best to let an attorney walk the path with you.   Read More...