Worker Compensation

Workers’ compensation law is a system of rules in every state designed to pay the expenses of employees who are harmed while performing job-related duties. Employees can recover lost wages, medical expenses, disability payments, and costs associated with rehabilitation and retraining. The system is administered by the state, and financed by mandatory employer contributions.

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  • New Sex Discrimination Ruling

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently updated its sex discrimination rules mandated for all federal contractors. The rule is the first update in over 40 years and clearly defines laws relating to sexual profiling, pay discrimination, leave and accommodations for pregnant employees, gender identity, and leave disparities between men and women for childcare, illness, and family medical leave.

  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Facing Wrongful Termination Claim

    The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is facing wrongful termination accusations by a former data center supervisor. The former employee is alleging allegations of retaliation and wrongful termination following being let go by the hospital.

  • Amtrak Sued Following Fatal Accident

    An April 3, 2016 collision on the southbound tracks just outside Chester, Pennsylvania fatally injured two railroad workers. The family of one of those men recently responded by filing a negligence action against Amtrak. According to the complaint filed on behalf of the worker’s two grown children, Amtrak failed to take reasonable steps to avoid the tragedy.

  • Workers' Compensation Files Allegedly Hacked in California

    Three of the largest Workers’ Compensation insurance companies in California have been accused of hacking into over 32,000 confidential Workers’ Compensation files in a federal lawsuit filed by a California worker. The lawsuit is seeking class action status after being originally filed in April of this year.

  • How Does Workers' Compensation Work in Memphis?

    When a Memphis worker is injured on the job, they can rely on workers’ compensation for medical benefits, and in some cases, replacement wages. Workers’ compensation laws are complicated, though, and differ from state to state.

  • Third Parties and Construction Accidents
      by HG.org

    Accidents often occur in construction sites to workers and managers dealing with material. For the companies that purchase a workers’ compensation package, these individuals usually obtain benefits from these programs to compensate for lack of work, loss of limb, lost income and other related issues. These benefits are normally available no matter who is at fault for the accident.

  • Death on the Job

    The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) compiled a report on worker safety, losses and deaths recently. Not only did the report tackle issues of gender, race, job industry and more, but it also exposed the most dangerous states in respect to worker fatalities and injuries.

  • 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.

  • Does Workers’Compensation Cover Telecommuters
      by HG.org

    Many American workers work a job in which they do not have to report to a central job location each day. They may work out of a home office, on the road or in another location. They keep in touch with their employer through telephone, Internet and other methods of communication. While this type of work can provide benefits for both the employee and employer, workers may be confused about their rights when they sustain an injury out of the traditional workplace.


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