If you need help with a workers' comp case, you need to know your options for attorneys. Ask these questions before choosing a worker's compensation lawyer. In 2018, OSHA reported [...]
Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common nonfatal accidents in the workplace. According to the U.S. Burea of Labor and Statistics, falls, slips, and trips accounted for 27% of the total number of accidents among workers. Some occupations such as roofers, carpenters, and tractor-trailer truck drivers have high rates of slip and fall accidents. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident on the job, you have rights. Read this article to learn what to do after a slip and fall accident at work.
Are you nervous about your upcoming independent medical exam for your worker's comp case? Here's how to prepare for a worker's comp doctor appointment.
Both SSI and SSDI are types of benefits for disabled US citizens, but some main differences determine your eligibility for each. Learn about SSI vs SSDI here. If you're an [...]
Learn what's being done about workers' compensation cases amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, get workers' comp resources during this dire time of need.
Approximately 61 million people receive Social Security benefits each month, which accounts for approximately one in five people in the U.S. If you are in the process of applying for these benefits, you likely have questions. This is understandable. The Social Security system can seem confusing if you are new to it. Don’t worry, there is help out there.
Learn the differences between SSI and SSDI benefits. Plus, find out how a Social Security disability attorney can help with your application process.