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Blog Posts in September, 2017

  • How Drug Tests Can Affect Your Workers' Comp Claim

    In many cases, employers require their employees to get their urine tested they suffer an injury at the workplace. If this happens to you, there are several things you should know about drug tests in relation to workers’ compensation benefits. First, if you are sent to a physician’s office for a urine test, you do not have to obtain treatment from that doctor for your injury. Seeking medical ...
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  • Can I File for Workers' Comp If I Work from Home?

    In today’s workforce, many employees telecommute and otherwise work from the comfort of their own home. While a home office or other type of home-work area may be considered a safe and injury-free environment, workers still suffer work-related accidents that lead to injuries. The question for many of those who work from home is whether they can recover workers’ compensation benefits for injuries ...
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  • Most Common Wear and Tear Injuries at Work

    Aches and pains are a common occurrence in the U.S. workforce. However, wear and tear injuries from the physical labor of a job can result in serious injuries. There are several occupations which obviously require a high level of physical fitness and are associated with the risk of wear and tear, such as jobs in the construction and fitness industry. On the other hand, occupations such as ...
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