Can Social Media Affect My Workers’ Comp Claim?
It seems like, these days, everyone uses social media. In fact, a Pew Research Center report says 72% of Americans use some type of social
Can Independent Contractors File for Workers’ Comp in California?
In California, employers must provide W2 employees with workers’ comp benefits. Conversely, independent contractors are not generally covered by workers’ compensation. Unfortunately, employers in California
6 Tips For Preventing Injuries In The Workplace
Workplace injury prevention is a win-win for everyone involved. For employees, workplace safety ensures that workers can do their jobs with a sense of security
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome From Repetitive Actions At Work
Some of the most common workplace injuries gradually develop over time due to repeated and consistent strain on the body of a worker. Carpal tunnel
Were You Exposed to A Toxic Substance At Work?
It began as a sore throat and later progressed into a severe cough and persistent burning in the lungs. You may have felt some minor
Understanding Depositions In A California Worker’s Compensation Case
Depositions in a worker’s compensation case are legal proceedings that occur outside the courtroom before trial. During the proceeding, the injured worker will answer questions