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Bradt Law Offices Case Report: Ankle Injury on a Flat, Dry Floor

Type of Case: Workers’ Compensation

Legal Issue or Dispute: Denial of ankle injury claim which occurred at work

Facts: Our client was employed with one of the mining companies in northern Minnesota. 428 more words

Workers' Compensation

We Have To Pay Our Employees What?

Many states and cities are enacting new minimum wage laws, and all will feel the impact.  Not only will the cost of goods go up, but also every business will see an increase in… 294 more words

Communicating Clearly: Helping Employees Understand and Maximize their Benefits

You’ve built a great benefits package for your employees. Congratulations – the hard work is done! Or is it? Almost as important as the work that goes into the… 506 more words

General Insurance

Give Them More Than a Hard Hat

A recent ABC EyeWitness News Report mentioned that a construction worker was struck unconscious by a large chunk of concrete that fell on him while working demolition in Midtown Manhattan. 370 more words

General Insurance

Cutting your Worker’s Compensation Costs

Why do Worker’s Compensation costs keep climbing?

The pen, the memo and the edict from senior management have been the standard way to shake up employees and to reduce worker’s compensation claims. 289 more words


The Affordable Care Act - has it really impacted Workers’ Compensation claims?

Before the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law by President Obama in March of 2010, there was a lot of speculation about how it would change the United States’ healthcare system and impact workers’ compensation.  315 more words

General Insurance