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Workplace Violence & Workers' Compensation
Workplace Violence & Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation covers almost any kind of injury that can happen to an employee at work, regardless of whether or not the employee was at fault for the injury. In most cases, this means that an employee is eligible to receive workers’ comp whether or not their acts ...

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  • Workplace Violence & Workers' Compensation

    Workers’ compensation covers almost any kind of injury that can happen to an employee at work, regardless of whether or not the employee was at fault for the injury. In most cases, this means that an ...

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  • Can I Sue My Employer for a Work Injury?

    When someone is injured at work, it’s normal for thoughts to turn toward suing the employer for compensation. While naming an employer in a personal injury lawsuit may be possible in other states, ...

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  • Does Workers' Comp Cover Mental or Emotional Injuries?

    For the majority of workers’ compensation claims , the injuries people sustain at work can be directly observed. What we mean is that these injuries can either be seen with the naked eye or detected ...

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  • Which Types of Injuries Are Covered by Workers' Compensation?

    If you are injured at work in California, you can receive workers’ compensation benefits that cover related medical expenses, ongoing treatments, lost wages, and other losses caused by the workplace ...

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  • What If My Employer Doesn't Have Workers' Compensation Insurance?

    In California, it is illegal for employers to lack a workers’ compensation insurance policy. So much so that criminal liability can result in a fine of up to $10,000 and a year in jail. But what good ...

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  • It Was My Fault – Can I Still Get Workers' Comp Benefits?

    Injuries that happen at work are complicated. Determining who is responsible for a single incident is just as complicated, and this complexity is one of the reasons why fault doesn’t matter in ...

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