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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.

Common Types of Construction Accidents in New York

Construction accidents are the leading cause of death in workplace fatalities in NYC. Learn more about injuries due to construction accidents and what to do if you've been injured.

Own a Business in California? Make Sure You Satisfy the Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

The following are just some of the details about who needs training and what the employer must do to provide training.

How does Social Security Disability affect my LTD benefits?

Social Security benefits typically offset LTD benefits, causing a change in your benefit amount.

What should I do after I receive my long-term disability denial letter?

After you have been denied, take appropriate steps in order to be successful with your appeal

Should I Hire a Long-Term Disability Attorney?

All cases are different and you may not need an attorney to assist you; however, you should at least consult with an attorney to understand your rights.

Can I File A Workers’ Comp Claim and a Personal Injury Lawsuit In Missouri?

If you have been injured on the job in Missouri, you might be wondering if you can file a workers’ comp claim and also file a personal injury lawsuit.

Three Things to Know About Workers’ Compensation Insurance

This article covers workers' compensation law with an emphasis on laws in Georgia.

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