Are You Working in One of the Most Dangerous Jobs in America?

Posted on : April 20, 2018
Many people know that their industry may be home to a higher risk of serious injuries in the workplace than others. However, a new ranking has put together the most dangerous jobs in America. Unfortunately, far too many workers in these industries suffer catastrophic injuries or even fatal injuries. The most dangerous jobs may lead [Read More]

Can You Get Workers’ Compensation Benefits Even If You Are Not at the Workplace When the Accident Occurs?

Posted on : March 23, 2018
Whether or not you’ll be able to recover workers’ compensation benefits by filing a claim directly with your employer has to do with a number of different factors. A common question that emerges for people who have been injured while working on the job but at a different site than the actual workplace, may lead [Read More]

Should I Record a Statement About my Workplace Accident?

Posted on : February 22, 2018
Remaining compliant with employer requests following a workplace accident but doing so in a way that doesn’t jeopardize your rights is one of the hardest aspects of managing a workers’ comp claim. After you’ve reported the incident to your employer, they may ask you to visit with the insurance company’s doctor and to fill out [Read More]

Construction Industry on The Rise, But Inspections Decrease

Posted on : February 13, 2018
  Since some industries are home to a lot of serious and fatal accidents, precautionary measures are some of the most important ways that these accidents are avoided in the first place. Sadly, however, you cannot always stop a problem from happening. Construction sites have become busier in the last several years as the construction [Read More]

Who Is Most Likely to Use Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Posted on : February 6, 2018
A workers comp lawyer should be hired by anyone hurt on the job
Anyone can file a workers’ compensation claim if they can show that their illness or injury is directly related to their job. However, certain people are more likely to file for workers’ compensation benefits than others. These compensation claims usually pay for ongoing medical expenses and represent a portion of the lost wages due to [Read More]