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Railroad Injuries and a FELA Claim: Course of Action

If you work in railroad, you probably know about FELA or the Federal Employers Liability Act. If you don’t, here’s what it is. What FELA Does for Railroad Employees? FELA safeguards the rights of railroad workers when they get injured on the job. A FELA claim is perhaps the most important thing for an injured...
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When You Can and Can’t Do Without a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer’s Help

If you’re like most people who get involved in workplace accidents, you might be thinking whether or not to hire a workers’ compensation lawyer to ease your worries. To answer that question without considering how complex your case is, how severe your injuries are and what your employer will do next, would be foolish. When...
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Slip and Falls in California – Workers Compensation or Personal Injury

Each year, thousands of slips, trips, and falls occur in public locations across the United States. While the injuries range from bumps and bruises to devastating injuries, these falls are often frustrating encounters because they likely could have been avoided. When a slip, trip, or fall occurs and injures you or your loved ones, you...
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Can I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim if I am Working off the Books?

Workers’ compensation allows employees to get compensation in the event of an injury. These are provided by employers to compensate the victim for lost wages and medical expenses. One question that comes to employees who ‘work off the books’ is whether they can also file a compensation claim. In this article, we will inform whether...
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What are the Most Common Types of On-the-job Injuries?

A lot of employees get hurt while performing work. Around 2.9 million workplace injuries were reported in 2016, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Most individuals assume that workplace injuries occur only in factories and construction work. The reality is that they can happen to any employee regardless of the profession, which is...
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