Georgia now permits some people to use marijuana for medicinal purposes (low-dose THC oil), but how does that affect your workers’ comp claim?
If your loved one dies in a natural disaster while at work, can you sue their employer? Here’s what to know about workers’ compensation and personal injury lawsuits.
Police officers and first responders face different risks than other professions. Here are the top causes of injuries and how to obtain financial compensation.
Does it affect you if you’ve applied for workers’ compensation and the doctor commits fraud? You bet it does. Here’s what you should know:
A truck carrying 4,000 gallons of jet fuel crashed in Indianapolis, killing the driver. Find out who’s at fault and whether the driver’s loved ones can recover damages.
Following a crane accident, several different parties may be held responsible. There are several safeguards that crane operators and manufacturers should take to make crane usage safer.
Workers in marine terminals and port operations have extremely risky jobs, as one port worker in Savannah recently discovered. If you’re injured, you have legal options.
First responders deal with a variety of situations including accidents, fires, and violence. But it can be too much. Arizona workers’ compensation now covers PTSD.
Luis Valasquez fell to his death on a Greenville County construction site. If this happens to your family, do you know who to call to get benefits?
Florida’s new law protects businesses from being sued if an employee is infected with COVID-19. Here’s what you should know: