Category Archives: Workers’ Compensation
Getting injured on the job in Tampa can be devastating. Whether your injury can heal relatively quickly with medical treatment or you are likely to have suffered a permanently disabling injury, it will be important to seek workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical bills and to provide you with a partial payment for… Read More »
Hemos hablado una y otra vez sobre lo que puede suceder cuando los empleados se lesionan en el trabajo y los tipos de beneficios que están disponibles para ellos. La compensación laboral, por ejemplo, puede ser una salvación cuando se trata de lesiones y de recibir los beneficios que usted se merece. Sin embargo,… Read More »
We have talked time and time again about what can happen when employees are injured at work and the types of benefits that are available to them. Worker’s Compensation, for example, can certainly be a saving grace when it comes to injuries and gaining the benefits that you deserve. However, what happens when you… Read More »
They say that when you love your job, you’ll never work a day in your life. Unfortunately, even if you love your job, not everyone experiences the best workplace atmosphere or office morale. We’ve learned quite a bit about workers’ compensation and the many physical injuries that could happen while on the job, but what happens when that injury is a mental one? One may think that physiological conditions might not be as detrimental as a physical injury, but trust us — Just because you can’t see the injury, doesn’t mean that it’s not actively affecting someone strenuously. So what are you to do when your mental health is being deteriorated by your workplace or daily work tasks? Are mental illnesses covered under workers’ comp? Let’s find out.
Whether you love your job, or your working to pay the bills, accidents can happen, and sometimes these accidents or mishaps can cause a worker to be injured. Although workplace injuries are completely preventable, they still happen due to negligence, rushing, or lack of safety measures. With an abundance of companies starting to return… Read More »
Having a hands-on job can definitely have its ups and downs. Maybe you work as a mechanic, assembly line worker, or work on a computer all day. Either way, any job that makes your hands tired, could make you one of the millions of workers suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. Especially now with more… Read More »
With a ridiculous amount of businesses shutting down their offices this month due to the COVID-19 pandemic, working remotely has become the reality for many. We get it, working in your pajamas all day with no commute to work sounds amazing right? Trust us, it is, but it’s also important to understand what can happen if you… Read More »