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Category Archives: Workers Compensation

Report: Amazon Warehouse Workers Injured at Twice the Rate of the Industry Average

According to a report from CNBC, a study conducted by the labor advocacy group Strategic Organizing Center (SOC) alleges that Amazon warehouse workers are twice as likely to be hurt on the job as warehouse workers at other companies. The study purports that disproportionate share of Amazon’s warehouse worker injuries are suffered by new employees. …

Workers comp private investigator tactics

When you get involved in a workplace injury, your insurance company may decide to hire a private investigator to watch you or “conduct surveillance.” The work of these private investigators is to determine if the claimed work-related injury is either faked, exaggerated, or even falsely absenting themselves from work. Although this might seem as an …

Hurt on the job lawyer

On-the-job injuries often pose hazardous effects to workers at airports, grocery stores, construction sites, restaurants, or even hospitals. Such work injuries may cause the affected employee to be temporarily or permanently unable to resume their job duties.  Plus, they end up having to pay substantial medical bills that threaten to leave them bankrupt. However, there …

Workers comp delay tactics

While there are some insurance companies that respond quickly to workers’ compensation claims and begin settling them immediately, other cheeky insurers try employing various tactics to delay the processing of the worker’s comp claim. Due to this late payment of compensation claims, the injured workers end up struggling with receiving the necessary medical treatment or …

How Much Money Will Workers’ Compensation Payout for Lower Back Injury in Arizona

Lower back issues are among the most common physical impairments reported by workers—and they have the potential to be completely debilitating. As explained by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), lower back injuries require an immediate diagnosis and the proper treatment and follow-up care. You may not be able to continue working while you …

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