Archive for the Collecting Workers’ Compensation Category

Workers Comp Attorneys Collect Benefits for Overexertion

Collecting Workers Comp for Overexertion – We’ve all “overexerted” ourselves from time to time. But many employees do not realize that in certain cases workers comp benefits are available for “overexertion” injuries. In fact, according to a study from the Department of Labor, overexertion is the number […]

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Workers Compensation Attorneys for Directors, Officers & Partners

Changes in California Workers Compensation for Officers, Directors & Working Partners- Any time workers comp laws are extended to improve benefits for employees, our workers compensation attorneys want to spread the word. Late last year California passed new legislation that now extends mandatory workers compensation benefits to […]

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Workers Compensation Attorneys’ 2017 Statistics

2017 California Workers Compensation Attorneys’ Statistics – Our experienced Long Beach Workers Compensation attorneys continuously keep apprised of the latest laws, trends and statistics in California and across the country – in order to provide our clients with the best possible representation. Every year our skilled Workers […]

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Workmans Comp Attorneys Discuss Slip & Fall Injury Cases

Attorneys Discuss Workmans* Comp for Slip and Fall Injury- One of the most common types of workplace accidents is a “slip and fall” or “trip and fall.” Our experienced Long Beach lawyers have assisted hundreds of employees obtain the workers compensation they deserve for injuries sustained when […]

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Lawyers Explain Changing Doctors in a Workmans Comp Case

Ask the Lawyer: Can I Choose or Switch My Workman’s Comp* Doctor? If you have been injured at work, your treating doctor is extremely important in your California workers’ compensation claim. Your treating physician directs the course your medical treatment, issues your work restrictions, and refers you […]

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Ask the Attorney: Is “Workmans Comp” Taxable?

Long Beach Attorneys Explain: Paying Taxes on Workers Comp (“Workmans Comp”)– Tax time is here again, and our clients are often left wondering whether they will be taxed on their Workers Compensation payments. Workers’ Compensation benefits are typically not taxable income for either your state or federal […]

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Workers Comp Attorneys Explain When You Can Also Sue

Ask the Long Beach Attorneys: When Can You Sue in a Workers Comp Case? Workers Compensation was put in place so that injured employees would “automatically” receive compensation – and not have to resort to a lawsuit for their injuries. The flip side to this “protection” for […]

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Workers’ Comp Payment for Family Caregivers

Orange County Workers’ Comp Attorneys Explain How to Get Pay for Family Caregivers – Many individuals with a spouse or family member who was seriously injured at work end up being a full time caregiver to their loved one.  Although these caregivers are performing theses duties out […]

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TV Commercials & Workers Comp Attorneys

The Truth about TV Commercial Workers Comp Attorneys Anyone with a TV set has seen the dramatic and often “heart wrenching” commercials for Workers Comp attorneys. Some are sensitive and well done, while others are a bit “cheap” or “cheesy” looking. And, of course they all promise […]

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Attorneys Explain Workers Comp Med Legal Evaluation

Orange County Workers Comp Attorneys Explain: What is a QME or Med Legal Evaluation? When you apply for workers comp, your employer’s workers comp insurance company can dispute what your treating physician recommends for you. Often times the workers comp insurance company will dispute your doctor’s opinions […]

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