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5 Steps to Take After a Workplace Injury

Posted on: December 4, 2020

Even the strictest safety standards cannot stop Murphy’s Law, which is the timeless phrase, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. If you suffered a work-related injury, you have the right in California to apply for workers’ compensation. Every employer in the Golden State must purchase workers’ comp insurance to cover the cost of […] read more →

Coronavirus Lawsuit: PLBSH and Former Employee Sues Ex-Employer for Not Providing Protective Gear

Posted on: December 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has created plenty of confusion for employees regarding the application of California’s workers’ compensation laws. Although the state has some of the most comprehensive workers’ comp laws on the books, the fact remains California is playing catch-up when it comes to providing insurance coverage for employees that contract the virus on the […] read more →

California Workers’ Comp and Rideshare Drivers

Posted on: November 30, 2020

Determining whether a worker is labeled an employee or an independent contractor produces several consequences. One of the most important consequences concerns workers’ compensation insurance. Overview of Workers’ Compensation If an eligible employee gets hurt while on the job, the employee can recover the cost of lost wages and medical care by applying for workers’ […] read more →

What Does Workers’ Comp Cover?

Posted on: November 29, 2020

Sometimes referred to as workman’s compensation, workers’ compensation is employer-bought insurance that handles the costs associated with work-related illnesses and injuries. Most states require employers to carry some form of workers’ comp insurance, but each state has developed different rules. For example, California has enacted one of the most worker-friendly workers’ compensation laws of any […] read more →

Workers’ Compensation Process in California

Posted on: November 28, 2020

If you got hurt or fell ill because of an incident at work, you might qualify for financial benefits as mandated by the California Workers’ Compensation Act. Employers are required by law to purchase insurance that takes care of the costs associated with a work-related illness or injury. The key to receiving just compensation for […] read more →

Does California’s Workers’ Comp Cover Stress Claims?

Posted on: November 26, 2020

When you think of workers’ compensation, you probably think about the physical injuries caused by accidents in the workplace. Slip and fall accidents represent one of the most common types of workplace incidents that lead to the filing of a workers’ compensation claim. Although physical injuries caused by workplace accidents represent the most frequent type […] read more →

6 Reasons to Hire a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Posted on: November 18, 2020

If you suffered one or more injuries while on the job, you should know your rights as granted by the California Workers’ Compensation Act. Learning about your rights is just one reason to hire a workers’ compensation lawyer. Let’s look at six additional reasons why a workers’ compensation attorney can help you receive just compensation. […] read more →

What is the Statute of Limitations for Workers’ Comp Cases in California?

Posted on: November 13, 2020

If you suffer from one or more injuries caused by a workplace accident, you have the right to apply for financial benefits to take care of medical bills and daily living expenses. The California Workers’ Compensation Act represents one of the most progressive workers’ comp laws enacted by any state. However, you have to file […] read more →

Can I Sue If I Was Fired for Being a Whistleblower?

Posted on: October 31, 2020

Whistleblowers are protected under California law The term “whistleblower” is commonly used, particularly in big news stories. A government employee might blow the whistle on fraud and corruption, for example, taking down high ranking officials and causing a nationwide media circus. Yet whistleblowing happens on a much smaller level as well. As a California employment […] read more →

Is My Employer Required to Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance in California?

Posted on: October 30, 2020

Most employers are required to carry workers’ comp insurance Workers’ compensation is a system of insurance that is designed to ensure that workers who are hurt on the job or who develop an occupational illness get the benefits that they need to get better. Because workers’ comp is no-fault, employees don’t have to prove that […] read more →

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