For most jobs over six feet, working on a ladder is a must. For some employees, it’s just a temporary task. For others, like house painters or contractors, it’s an everyday occurrence. No matter which category you’re in, you need to know how to use the ladder safely...
Your Guiding Hand Through The Legal System
Month: December 2020
Workers’ compensation disability benefits: How much does it pay?
Most workplace injuries only result in a few hours of missed work. Employees may need to fill out paperwork, see a doctor and rest briefly. Most people will be back on the job the same day they get hurt, and if not, then the very next day. For a minority of workers...
Is your workers’ compensation claim “red-flagged?”
Like most people who are employed by someone else, you rely on the idea that workers’ compensation will be there to provide wage replacement income and important medical benefits if you ever get hurt. Unfortunately, your claim could be stalled or denied due to...