Losing a loved one is hard enough. But if you have to deal with workers’ compensation benefits or the possibility of a lawsuit, it can be even harder.
The CDC has issued guidelines for how employers can safely bring workers back to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know:
One of the biggest risks for chemical exposure is in the workplace, even though it’s your employer’s responsibility to keep you safe. Here’s what to know in Arizona:
Most railroad employees are covered under a FELA, federal insurance coverage that’s similar to workers’ comp but has some different rules.
We are living in unprecedented times. Amidst the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, much of the world has come to a standstill. And yet, people are still getting injured at work, […]
Workplace injuries are a common occurrence. You might have one of the most dangerous jobs in America, or maybe your workplace is fairly hazard-free—but accidents can still happen anywhere. Each […]
Did you know that most hospital birthing centers have someone on staff whose job includes inspecting your car seat before letting you leave with your newborn? This is because doctors […]
An on-the-job injury is stressful for a whole host of reasons. Aside from the physical pain you might be experiencing, you probably require a variety of medical appointments, surgeries, and […]
Overtime, by definition, is time you work that’s outside your normal scheduled hours, if those hours bring your weekly total to more than 40 hours of work performed. Many companies […]
Arizona. It’s the heart of the Wild West. Home to the Grand Canyon. The red rocks of Sedona. Tombstone and the O.K. Corral. But Arizona can be… quirky… especially when […]