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What Workplace Rules Apply to COVID Vaccines?

​There’s good news finally about the COVID-19 pandemic which has affected workers and everyone in numerous ways. More than 350,000 Americans have died due to the disease and nearly 20 million Americans have become infected.

Hand Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Hand injuries are common in many different types of jobs. Workers who do outside labor such as construction or agricultural work often suffer injuries due to the machines/tools they work with and thy types of tasks they do. Workers who work inside can suffer injuries due to repetitive use. Workers in almost every field from industrial workers to healthcare workers at some point in their career are likely to injure their hand – often severe enough that they can’t work until (and if) their hand mends. Some of the machines that can cause severe hand injuries to include saws, hammers, and assembly equipment.

Light-Duty After a St. Louis Work Injury: Understanding Your Rights

What happens if you return to work and are put on light-duty because of your injuries? Do you know your rights under these circumstances?

Capitol Hill Rioters Hear 'You're Fired!' – But Is That Legal in Maryland?

The Capitol Hill Riots on January 6, 2021 led to dozens of private companies firing employees they believe attended. But, is that legal? Yes -- here's why.

Can You Get Workers’ Compensation for COVID-19?

Are you entitled to receiving workers’ compensation in this situation, and what do you have to do for it?

“Will I Still Recieve Workers’ Compensation Benefit If I Lose My Job?”

Many workers wrongly assume that if they have an office job, they are generally safe from harm. However, work injuries can occur in any industry, regardless of how easy your job is or how cautious you are.

Keeping a Pain Journal After a Personal Injury

Chronic pain can be debilitating, and it can get worse with time. Treating pain is essential to getting better and moving on with your life. However, you need to develop a way to inform your medical providers and the insurance company about your pain.

RECOVERING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR INJURED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

Injured construction worker New York State Labor Law claims require a thorough knowledge of the statutes, the Industrial Code Rules, and the precedent caselaw interpreting these statutes.

What is the Difference Between a Personal Injury Lawsuit and a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you have been injured on the job, the best thing you can do is speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to learn more about your options and how to protect your legal rights.

Overcoming Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Every person is entitled to a workspace free from harassment. Regardless of gender, sexual harassment is an unfortunate happenstance which does occur from time to time. If you ever find yourself in a situation you believe to be sexual harassment, here are a few ways to help you deal with the situation and overcome them.

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