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California work-related deaths sometimes lead to lawsuits

It is a relatively rare occurrence for a person to be killed in an accident that takes place on the job. While workplace accidents themselves are not all that uncommon, work-related deaths are not something that happen on a regular basis. In many situations where workers have died from on-the-job injuries in California, family members pursue justice on their loved ones' behalves by filing wrongful death claims in court.

Injured workers denied comp based on 'fluid' contracts

Many people put a lot into their job, but for most jobs, there are limits to what a mere employee should be expected to give. Serious and life threatening illness, such as cancer would be considered far above the call of duty.

Sifting through complications of California workplace accidents

California employers typically understand the importance of complying with laws and regulations that govern workers' compensation matters. This type of insurance is meant to protect those injured in workplace accidents by providing benefits to help pay medical costs and replace lost wages, when needed. In many circumstances, an injured worker runs into complications when attempting to file a claim through an employer.

Fatal work-related accidents: legal help can make a difference

Every empathetic and reasonable person knows that virtually the sole and overriding focus of surviving family members in the wake of an injury or accident that takes a loved one's life is on grieving, family unity and generally dealing with the emotional aspects of that passing.

New OSHA reporting guidelines uncover serious issues

Have you ever heard a news report about a finger in somebody's fast food? Watched the Friends episode where Phoebe found one in her soda can? Aside from feeling disgusted and turned off of that restaurant for a while, did you consider where the finger came from?

Injured at work? Know which benefits you're entitled to receive

You have been injured on the job. Who is paying your medical bills? Which doctor should you choose? What happens if you cannot go right back to work? What does this mean for you and your family? You know there is something available called workers' compensation benefits, but you are not sure exactly what they cover or what steps you are responsible for.

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