Workers’ compensation and “ordinary diseases” like the coronavirus

This year has been challenging for many companies and individuals due to the coronavirus pandemic. For employers, they’ve had to find ways to reorganize their office setting to socially distance and protect their employees. Many have also been forced to shut down for several weeks as local state governments worked toward controlling the spread of […]

Workers’ compensation for dependents after the work-related death of a loved one

The death of a loved one is tragic and heartbreaking. And as the grief sets in, you might start to wonder how you’ll pay the bills associated with your loved one’s death. What you might not know yet is that work-related deaths are covered under workers’ compensation and can help dependents of the deceased recover […]

Do I Really Need an Attorney in a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Workers’ compensation claims can be clear cut and easy to navigate using the system your employer has in place. But there are also claims where your employer disputes your claim and undercuts the compensation you should receive. These are the cases where you absolutely need a workers’ compensation attorney. If you’ve been working through the […]