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  • What Does an Employment Lawyer Do?
      by HG.org

    Employment lawyers provide a variety of services to employees and employers. Some of the common tasks that lawyers in this practice area help with include:

  • Does an Injury Suffered on Break or Lunch Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?
      by HG.org

    Employees who are injured on the job are usually entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, there are exceptions to this general rule. Additionally, complexities can arise in certain cases, including those that involve injuries that happened off the clock or during a break.

  • Heart and Back Problems in Workers’ Compensation Claims
      by HG.org

    Heart and back problems are common for many Americans. When a person suffers an injury or illness related to the heart or back, it is sometimes caused by work. Manual labor jobs are often associated with these medical conditions and related injuries. Heart and back problems are two of the most common health-related issues.

  • Airplane Work Injuries
      by HG.org

    Hazards are everywhere for those that work in the airline industry. Ever present dangers pose a threat to safety at the jobsite. Injury may be the result of these dangers for these employees and others. Individuals who are injured at work may be able to receive compensation under the workers’ compensation program.

  • How Does an OSHA Violation Affect a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
      by HG.org

    Individuals who are injured at work typically file a workers’ compensation claim if they want the employer to take financial responsibility for the injury. While an employee does not have to show that the employer was negligent and caused the accident, evidence of this characteristic can have legal significance.

  • Is Depression Covered Under Workers’ Compensation Laws?
      by HG.org

    Many Americans deal with work-related depression on a normal basis. Often those inflected with this malady find the cause to be their job, even if it is exciting or enjoyable. Mental issues and mental health instances tend to be common in various work industries.

  • Are Mental Illnesses Covered Under Workers’ Compensation Laws?
      by HG.org

    Workers’ compensation covers work-related injuries and illnesses. Whether a particular injury or illness is covered by workers’ compensation varies as each state has its own workers’ compensation system and unique definitions.

  • Underreporting of Work Injuries
      by HG.org

    American workers are entitled to a safe workplace as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. One way that this right is protected is by requiring employers to report certain work injuries so that problems can be identified and resolved as they arise. However, many employers may underreport work injuries to the detriment of their employees.

  • WARN Act Class Action Lawsuit

    A former employee of TMP IPSCO Koppel Tubulars LLC has filed a class action lawsuit, alleging that the tubular producer company unlawfully terminated employees and withheld wages and benefits.

  • Rights of OSHA Whistleblowers
      by HG.org

    In the United States, employees have the right to work in a safe environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration establishes guidelines and investigates workplace accidents. In order to encourage reporting companies that violate established principles, OSHA provides protections to individuals who have alerted the agency of certain violations.

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