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Find Your Answer: What is the Legality of Recording Conversations at Work?

Posted on: June 21, 2021

Clients frequently ask seasoned employment lawyers: may you record a discussion at work? Clients frequently want the ability to record abusive or discriminating statements made by coworkers, bosses, or others. While this is reasonable, depending on where you reside and where the possible discussion is recorded, it may not always be allowed to record someone. […] read more →

Get the Truth: Does an Employer Have to Protect Their Workers from Harassing Customers?

Posted on: June 18, 2021

Videos of unsettling occurrences, whether involving police contacts or situations in stores or restaurants, appear to be going viral on a daily basis today. In May 2018, a New York City attorney shouted at two Manhattan deli employees for not speaking English. They went so far as to threaten to call immigration. For many employees, […] read more →

Is it Legal in California to Be Fired for Refusing to Do Dangerous Work?

Posted on: June 16, 2021

There are certain occupations that are inherently risky, or ones that put individuals in danger more frequently than others. People who work with heavy machinery or hazardous chemicals, for example, are more likely to be injured at work than those who work at a desk. Workers might decline to undertake particular occupations even though they […] read more →

Is Shift Work Disorder Covered by Workers’ Compensation in California?

Posted on: June 14, 2021

Working on rotational shifts is a need for many employees. Whether you work in health care, manufacturing, or any other business that demands round-the-clock personnel, there will be occasions when your boss will expect you to be on the job at different times. This, however, can have a major influence on a person’s health. If […] read more →

Know What to Expect at a Workers Compensation Hearing in California

Posted on: June 11, 2021

Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance scheme that ensures employees are adequately reimbursed if they are injured or become ill on the job. Workers who are injured do not have to establish that anyone was at fault in order to get compensation under this system. Instead, companies purchase insurance, and employees receive compensation if they […] read more →

Not Everyone is Protected by Workers’ Compensation Insurance: Learn the Facts About Coverage

Posted on: June 9, 2021

The workers’ compensation system is a clever system that ensures that employees who are injured or become ill while at work receive certain benefits, regardless of fault. The system is a form of insurance that pays workers on a timetable, rather than fighting about the source of the sickness or illness or what the benefits […] read more →

Truck Drivers Have Rights if They Are Injured While Working

Posted on: June 7, 2021

According to a study issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in 2017, heavy truck and tractor trailer drivers were involved in 475 fatal accidents in the previous year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this occupation has the highest number of workplace deaths of any. This is why it is so important […] read more →

Understanding the Duration Requirement in Social Security Disability Cases

Posted on: June 4, 2021

To put it bluntly, the conditions for getting Social Security disability benefits might be perplexing. Even for those who are familiar with applying for benefits, the laws and procedures governing Social Security disability can be difficult to navigate. This is especially true when it comes to the length requirement, which is one of the most […] read more →

What Happens in a Heatwave: Are You Legally Entitled to Take Breaks?

Posted on: June 2, 2021

Triple-digit temperatures are common in California, Arizona, and other hot Western regions, especially in the summer. While these temperatures are ideal for swimming and other water activities, they are not ideal for working, particularly if you are performing any type of physical activity in the sun. Many employees, however, are unaware of their rights under […] read more →

Your Job Aptitude Could Have an Impact on Your Social Security Disability Determinations

Posted on: June 1, 2021

The fact that you are unable to do your present work is one of the criteria that your Social Security Disability attorney will have to show in order for you to be accepted for Social Security Disability (SSDI) payments. To put it another way, your medical condition must be severe enough to interfere with your […] read more →

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