Can You Quit Your Job While on Workers’ Comp?
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers' Compensation on January 22, 2019
The workers’ compensation system provides important benefits to injured workers in California. Under state law, most employers must provide workers’ compensation benefits to their employees. The benefits provide medical care and a portion of the worker’s salary, as well as other benefits outlined in the policy regarding temporary and permanent disability. If you are an… read more
Should I File a Workers’ Comp Claim for Carpal Tunnel?
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers' Compensation on January 15, 2019
Workers’ compensation laws exist to protect workers when they sustain an injury during the course of performing their job duties. Some people erroneously assume that such benefits only apply to highly physical jobs such as construction or manual labor. In truth, workers can receive benefits for all manner of injury, including those that come from… read more
Can I Claim Workers’ Compensation for Stress?
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers' Compensation on January 8, 2019
Workers’ compensation laws can be difficult to navigate, as they vary from state to state. Generally, workers’ compensation insurance exists to provide injured employees with benefits in the event they sustain an injury through the course of their work duties. When an accident occurs at work, an employee files a claim with the insurance company… read more
What Is Maximum Medical Improvement?
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers' Compensation on November 27, 2018
Some injuries may only require a few days or weeks to fully heal while others lead to long-term or permanent complications. Despite the major advances in medical technology over the past several decades, there is only so much that medical professionals can do. When a patient reaches the point where no further treatment will improve… read more
Are Workers’ Comp Benefits Taxable in California?
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers' Compensation on August 24, 2018
State law requires California employers to have workers’ compensation insurance in the event one of their employees suffers injury. Such benefits can be a crucial lifeline after a worker incurs medical bills and isn’t able to work or collect a paycheck. State or federal agencies may tax these compensation payments. If you’ve suffered an on-the-job… read more