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Top 5 Workers’ Compensation Injury Types

Data recently collected from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Academy of Social Insurance shows that 65% of workers’ compensation costs can be traced to five common workplace injury types. 215 more words

Workers Compensation

The Bureau of Workers' Comp. just named you a manufacturer. You won't believe what happens next...

Hopefully my click-bait title has you interested! Dealing with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) isn’t always fun, but it is important. I’ve helped clients wade through BWC issues and getting it right at the start can save lots of money and headaches. 1,261 more words

Labor And Employment

The Importance of Workers Compensation Insurance

Workers compensation is a no-fault system of benefits provided by States to most workers who have    job-related injuries. One question we often get asked is, what is an employee? 381 more words

Commercial Insurance

Bradt Law Offices Case Report: Consequential Knee Injury

Type of Case: Workers’ Compensation

Legal Issue or Dispute: Consequential knee injury following a back injury

Facts: Our client suffered a low back injury in the course and scope of his employment. 303 more words

Workers' Compensation

If I get injured at work, does my employer have to pay for my pain and suffering?

New Jersey is a no-fault state for workers’ compensation. This means that you can receive workers’ compensation benefits regardless of who was at fault for your injury. 275 more words

Personal Injury

Workers Compensation and OSHA - strange bedfellows become more acquainted

From the Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation:

Beginning January 1, 2015, there will be changes to what employers are required to report to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). 331 more words

Employer

Hawaii Workers' Compensation Act

The purpose of the Hawaii Workers’ Compensation Act, HRS Chapter 386, is to provide compensation and medical care to employees who suffer an injury or disease “arising out of and in the course of employment.” 403 more words

Hawaii Employment Law Basics