Worker's Comp And Drug Tests: What You Should Know

Posted on: 20 March 2019

When you get hurt while on the job, you may immediately experience feelings or worry about how you will cover your daily expenses. Fortunately, most states require employers to provide workers' compensation insurance coverage to pay for your injuries and any expenses associated with them. Typically, all injuries suffered on the job are covered with workers' compensation insurance. However, there can be instances in which injuries will not be covered. One specific example includes failing a drug test right after you are hurt at work.
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Take A Stand Against Sexual Harassment At Work

Posted on: 18 February 2019

You have the right to work for your employer without being harassed or feeling as if the workplace is hostile. Sexual harassment is when you are asked to engage in sexual activity, and it is made clear to you that rejecting the request will affect your employment. It is also when you are in a work environment where there are crass sexual jokes, unwanted advances, or an overall hostile environment that makes you feel uncomfortable.
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Three Things That Can Lead To Construction Litigation

Posted on: 8 January 2019

One of the biggest fears people have when doing building work is that they may end up in the middle of construction litigation. Whether you're coming into a situation as the customer or the contractor, this class of business litigation can be tricky. It's driven heavily by the wording of each clause in each contract, and that's why it's a type of work that people regularly turn to a lawyer for help with.
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When You Need To Call A Workers' Compensation Attorney

Posted on: 3 December 2018

When you have been injured while performing a task for your employer, you need to file a claim with the company's workers' compensation insurance agency. This will cover all your medical bills as well as pay your wages while you cannot work. This type of situation is generally pretty cut and dry. You file the claim, the employer signs off on it, and you receive your settlement. However, sometimes things don't go as planned.
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