Oct 29 Nobody Witnessed My Work Injury - What are My Options? Oct 15 Are You Entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits if You Work Remotely? Oct 8 What Information on Workers' Compensation Should Employers Provide? Sep 25 When Is Workplace Violence Covered by Workers' Comp? Sep 16 What to Do if Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied Sep 4 Can Contract Workers in California Start Asking for Benefits? Aug 28 Common First Responder Injuries Aug 15 Common Injuries Among Factory Workers Nobody Witnessed My Work Injury - What are My Options? During the workers’ compensation claim process, witness testimonies can serve as invaluable evidence. If employees ... What Information on Workers' Compensation Should Employers Provide? Nearly every business in the United States is required to purchase workers’ compensation insurance and provide ... Are You Entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits if You Work Remotely? Almost every company in the United States is required by law to purchase workers’ compensation insurance. The ... What to Do if Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied An unexpected injury can result in high medical bills, a growing credit card balance due to lost wages, and concerns ... 2019 (31 posts) October (3 posts) September (3 posts) August (3 posts) July (3 posts) June (3 posts) May (4 posts) April (5 posts) February (4 posts) January (3 posts) 2018 (42 posts) December (3 posts) November (3 posts) October (3 posts) September (3 posts) August (5 posts) July (4 posts) June (5 posts) May (3 posts) April (3 posts) March (3 posts) February (3 posts) January (4 posts) 2017 (41 posts) December (3 posts) November (10 posts) October (6 posts) September (6 posts) August (4 posts) June (1 posts) May (2 posts) April (2 posts) March (2 posts) February (3 posts) January (2 posts) Construction Injuries (3) Employer Retaliation (3) Ergonomics (1) Firm News (7) Hints & Tips (8) In the News (6) Inadequate Training (3) Insurance (2) Occupational Diseases (4) Occupational Hearing Loss (1) Repetitive Stress Injuries (11) Scaffolding Accidents (2) Social Security Disability (3) Toxic Exposure (3) Workers' Compensation (118) Recent Posts Most Popular Archives Categories Blog Posts in February, 2019 Blog Home Youth Sports Leagues: Coaches and Workers' Comp Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 20-Feb-2019 If You Coach Youth Sports and Are Hurt on the Job, Does Workers’ Compensation Apply? If you coach little league, high school sports, or a private travel team, and you get hurt at an event, will it be covered by workers’ compensation? The question has several answers and depends on your title with the organization. The applicability of workers’ compensation to your injury will ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Workers Compensation Treatment Guidelines & Policies Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 15-Feb-2019 Evidence-based treatment guidelines are a crucial aspect of delivering consistent and effective medical care to injured workers. Despite this fact, research has shown there is a significant variation in the specific treatment guidelines adopted and implemented in workers’ compensation systems throughout the United States. In State Policies on Treatment Guidelines and Utilization Management: ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Common Workplace Injuries: Food Industry Employees Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 12-Feb-2019 Food Service Industry Workers and Workers’ Compensation From the teen working in a fast food drive-through to the server or chef at a five-star restaurant, there is a multitude of positions that one can hold in the food industry. Regardless of the exclusivity of the establishment where you are employed, there are a number of common potential risks associated with the restaurant industry. ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Drug Testing & Workplace Injuries: Burden of Proof Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 7-Feb-2019 Can a Drug Test Affect Your Workers’ Compensation Claim? The purpose of workers’ compensation insurance is to make sure that employees are protected from losing their income and subsequent means to well-being due to a workplace accident or illness. This inherent purpose, and the laws protecting the privacy of employees, work in your favor when it comes to drug testing after an injury. ... Share This Post: Continue Reading 4 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.