Monthly Archives: November 2022
When Workers’ Compensation Coverage Does Not Apply
When a person suffers a workplace injury in Tampa, they can often be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits as long as they report the injury to their employer within 30 days, and as long as the injury arose out of the worker’s employment. There are, however, some exceptions that can limit a worker’s… Read More »
What Are My Rights After A Workplace Injury?
Getting hurt at work can be devastating. Your injury may require extensive medical treatment, and you may be unable to return to work for quite some time. In some cases, workplace injuries in Tampa are so severe that they result in permanent disabilities that can limit your ability to work again in the future…. Read More »
Seasonal Worker Injuries During The Holidays
As the holiday season approaches, many employers in the Tampa Bay area will be hiring seasonal workers on both a full-time and part-time basis. While seasonal workers may have mistakenly heard information that suggests seasonal workers cannot obtain workers’ compensation benefits following a workplace injury, it is critical to know that Florida workers’ compensation… Read More »
What Evidence Will I Need For My Tampa Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Workplace injuries in Tampa are often disorienting, especially when a worker suffers serious harm and needs to receive emergency treatment because of a traumatic brain injury that results in a temporary loss of consciousness, or a serious laceration or amputation injury that leads to significant blood loss and the need for emergency responders. Even… Read More »
Out-Of-State Contractors And Workers’ Compensation
Many out-of-state contractors perform work and services in the Tampa area at various times of the year, especially during season. They can also employ workers who do jobs in Florida even though their primary place of employment is in another state. In the aftermath of a severe storm like Hurricane Ian, many out-of-state contractors… Read More »