Frequently Asked Questions About Liens And Your Worker's Comp
17 January 2020
If you have been injured on the job during the course of your scope of employment, you may be able to file a worker's compensation case. There are many terms that you may come across during the course of your case. One such term is liens. Here are a few of the questions you may have about liens and your worker's comp case.
What Is a Lien?
A lien is basically a bill that is attached to your worker's compensation case.
What Does Pregnancy Discrimination At Work Look Like?
16 December 2019
Pregnancy discrimination at work is a form of gender discrimination that is aimed at expectant mothers and new mothers alike. Despite the fact that the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act has made this kind of discrimination illegal for more than 40 years, it still occurs quite often -- although the exact form it takes may vary from one employer to another.
What does pregnancy discrimination at work look like? Here are some of the most common examples:
3 Reasons To Choose An Accident Attorney Who Specializes In Truck Accidents
26 October 2019
If you have been in a truck accident, you need to hire an attorney. You probably will not want to choose an attorney that specializes in auto accidents alone. Instead, you will probably want to look for an attorney that actually has a lot of experience in handling truck accidents. Some of the reasons why this is important are listed here.
1. Trucking Laws Are Different From Regular Driving Laws
Signs You Will Need a Workers Compensation Attorney
22 October 2019
If an employee gets injured while on the job, they should be entitled to workers' compensation. This is a program that helps cover an employee's lost wages and medical care while they recuperate from their workplace injury. When you get hurt on the job, which is more common than you might think, having the security of being able to get workers' compensation sounds great. However, getting compensated for an injury you only sustained because you were at work can be harder than you think.