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Legal Articles, Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation: Understanding What a Claim Involves

Workers’ Compensation: Understanding What a Claim Involves

Connecticut Jury Awards Worker $2.9M After Truck Crushes Foot

A blog post about a case out of Connecticut of a worker being awarded money after being injured at work and suing his employer under the exception to exclusivity under the Workers' Compensation Act.

Missouri Workers Compensation Claims Involving Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries Are More Common in the Workplace than you Might Think.

Cigarette and Tobacco Injuries: An Overview

A blog post about cigarette smoke related injuries and what you may be entitled to if you have suffered a smoke related injury.

Severance Negotiation’s 7 Deadly Sins

If you are considering negotiating with your current or former employer, ask yourself if you are projecting any of these attitudes as a key theme or component of your message. Avoid the following "sins".

Workplace Accidents and Injuries: What You Should Know

A blog post about when workplace injuries are and are not covered by worker's compensation.

Cigna Survey: U.S. Workers Unprepared and Underinsured

A blog post about a survey conducted by Cigna investigating American workers' insurance coverage and plans for sustaining an income in the event of a disabling illness or injury.

Court Upholds Termination of Waitress Attacked by Supervisor

A blog post about a case involving a waitress being verbally and physically attacked by a supervisor, and then being terminated by the restaurant six days later.

What Is Third-Party Liability?

A blog post about what constitutes a third-party liability claim.

The Distinctions Of Worker’s Compensation And Personal Injury

A blog post which outlines the characteristics of worker's compensation as well as personal injury and when to file a personal injury lawsuit instead of a worker's compensation claim.

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