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January 2019 Archives

Claiming workers' compensation for a mental illness

Most workers' compensation claims involve physical injuries. This might involve a construction worker gaining compensation for medical bills after falling off a ladder or an office worker gaining compensation for a back injury from sitting at their desk. However, mental illnesses can also arise as a result of workplace conditions.

Claiming compensation for mental illnesses that stem from injury

Being injured can have a profound effect on your life. It can affect your financial stability, your career progression, your independence and your entire lifestyle. This is why it is very common for victims of an incident or accident to suffer mentally as well as physically in the aftermath.

Employee rights and drug testing in California

The recent legalization of marijuana for medical purposes in the state of California has meant that the law regarding the use of the drug has become somewhat blurred and confusing for many. Often, companies in the state of California demand that their employees take drug tests. This may be for regulation and safety reasons, such as if the company employs truck drivers, or it may simply to ensure that corporate workers are not abusing drugs.

Can I trust my boss after a work injury?

If you have been injured while at work in the state of California, it is likely that you will be considering making a claim for workers' compensation. In the majority of situations, you are within your rights to do this. However, you must make sure to take action as soon as possible. If you notify your employer too late, you may no longer be able to make a successful claim.

Determining the value of a spinal cord injury claim

Being involved in a car or cyclist accident can cause extensive and traumatic injuries. Unfortunately, many victims of such accidents suffer from spinal cord injures as a result. Spinal cord injuries can vary in severity. Some injuries can heal and improve over time, while other patients suffer with the debilitating effects of their injuries for the rest of their lives.

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