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  • Can I Still Get Workers’ Comp If No One Witnessed My Accident?
    Can I Still Get Workers’ Comp If No One Witnessed My Accident?

    The workers’ compensation system is designed to provide certain benefits to workers who have been injured. As a result, to receive benefits, workers must provide enough evidence to prove they were ...

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  • Workers’ Comp Bills that CA Lawmakers Are Debating in 2020
    Workers’ Comp Bills that CA Lawmakers Are Debating in 2020

    California has achieved a recent reputation for tackling employment-related issues in its legislation, from defining employees versus independent contractors, to being the first state to protect ...

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  • How Working from Home Affects Workers’ Comp
    How Working from Home Affects Workers’ Comp

    In 2020, more U.S. employees are working from home than ever. Technological advancements in the workplace have made it easier for employees to be productive and accomplish their tasks both in and out ...

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  • Workers’ Compensation Changes in 2020
    Workers’ Compensation Changes in 2020

    A new year always brings change. For 2020, this include changes to workers’ compensation benefits and policies for California workers. It’s important to be aware of these changes, as they may impact ...

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  • Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation if I Was Injured at a Company Event?
    Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation if I Was Injured at a Company Event?

    A company event, such as a team outing or a holiday party, can be a fun way to get to know your coworkers and relax during a workday. Although these activities may not fit into your job description, ...

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  • Supplemental Job Displacement vs. Alternative and Modified Work
    Supplemental Job Displacement vs. Alternative and Modified Work

    Following a work accident, injury victims are generally advised against returning to work until they have reached maximum medical improvement. Awaiting healing allows an injured employee to return to ...

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