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What You Should Know About The “Independent” Medical Exam

Have you been scheduled to attend an IME? Here is some important information that you should know about the "independent" medical examination.

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules that Suspended Employees are Eligible for Workers’ Compensation

A workers Compensation Insurance company wrongfully denied a workers claim for benefits

Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents Issues Ruling on Proper Amount for Employee’s Average Weekly Wage

A Workers Compensation Insurer mistakenly underpaid an injured work for his disability benefit

What If Your Work Injury Was so Severe That You Can’t Return to Work in the Same Capacity?

If you can’t return to the same career path that you had before you were injured, then you might be entitled to receive vocational rehabilitation for your injuries.

What is Workers Compensation Fraud? - St. Louis Work Injury Lawyer

If you are filing for workers’ compensation in Missouri, having a St. Louis workers’ compensation lawyer in your corner is imperative to limit the chances that you will fall prey.

Dispelling Top 7 Myths About Pursuing Workers Compensation

Workers’ compensation can be confusing. To help clarify the pervasive misinformation surrounding this coverage, here are a few common myths associated with the system – and why they’re wrong.

Understanding the Timeline for Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim

If you have been injured on the job, you may be confused about how you can receive compensation for your injuries.

Employers Covered Under Connecticut Unemployment Insurance Liability

A blog post about unemployment insurance liability and who is covered under Connecticut law.

Utility Company Cited for Ten Serious Violations of OSHA in Deaths of Three Workers

A blog post about a case in Florida where a company was cited for serious violations that directly resulted in the deaths of 3 of their employees.

What is an Occupational Disease Under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act?

A blog post about the LHWCA and what qualifies for accommodations for occupational diseases under the act.

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