Stress and anxiety are common at work. As stress and anxiety build up, the worker may experience emotional distress or depression. Worst case, the person may have suicidal thoughts or get addicted on alcohol or drugs.
Workers’ compensation includes mental health and well-being. In this post, we’ll discuss how mental health can increase workplace safety and productivity.
Pre-existing conditions may impair your workers’ comp claim. The answer depends on your condition’s severity, its cause, and if you told your employer.
Workers’ comp covers salary loss and medical expenditures for injured workers. These benefits can be transient or lasting, depending on the damage.
Workers’ comp claims aren’t always straightforward. Legitimate claims are often denied/delayed. If your claim was denied/delayed, you can take steps to improve your chances.
Workers’ comp may cover PTSD. Some facts about the claims process are important to know. This blog article discusses PTSD and workers’ comp.
Workers’ compensation is supposed to compensate persons who have missed work due to a job-related injury. Sometimes things go wrong, and you must fight back. In this article, we’ll discuss how to appeal a California Workers’ Compensation Board claim denial.
Employers or insurers provide workers’ compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries. Occupational injury claims are usually for long-term injuries. Cancer and RSI can lead to a lawsuit if they develop from a work accident.
Workers’ compensation is a system that benefits employees who are injured or become ill due to their job.
A spine injury at work is a serious matter. It can be debilitating and life-changing. People should be aware of the risks involved when working in professions that risk a back injury.