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Our attorneys at Gaylord & Nantais are among the finest Long Beach workers’ compensation attorneys, having over 40 years of expertise helping clients maximise the benefits associated with workers’ compensation claims. We assist our customers in successfully navigating the workers’ compensation procedure. Our objective is to offer our customers with the finest quality legal services in a timely manner.

3 Cases When Worker’s Comp Covers Injuries During a Commute

People face the risk of accidents on their daily commute to work, but injuries caused during such accidents are not typically covered under workers’ compensation laws. However, there are certain exceptions when a worker who is injured while commuting to work can successfully file for a compensation claim.

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Suing Your Employer If You Are Injured At Work: What The Law States

Receiving an injury while on the job can be financially devastating. In some cases, if your injury is severe enough, you may not be able to return to your old job. This can mean limited financial resources long after your Workers’ Compensation benefits run out. When this happens, the first thing many people want to do is sue their employer. While this is an option, it is only acceptable if your employer was intentionally negligible and that their actions were the direct cause of your injury.

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Prevalence of Hearing Loss in the HSA Sector and Its Surveillance

All industries carry some level of risk in terms of hearing loss or other occupational hazards. The health care and social assistance sector are no different. Employees who work in these industries are sometimes exposed to loud noises for long periods of time which can gradually damage their hearing. With the proper ear protection, many of these reported cases could have been prevented.

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Your Employer’s Responsibilities In Case You Suffer Workplace Injury

Whether you are injured on the job or on company property, your employer will most likely be required to pay for at least a portion of your medical bills. The amount of their liability will be determined by several factors, including whether you were injured during your shift or after you clocked out and left. If you were injured on the property after hours, you may have to prove their liability.

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