Back injury at work? Here’s what you should know

December 30, 2020

Perhaps the most common work injuries include those relating to the spine. It seems that no matter what type of industry a person is in, the risk of a back injury is

Workplace injuries: What are the leading causes?

December 23, 2020

Most places of business in California have some dangers to them. Although precautionary measures can be applied, the fact is that the chances of some type of

Workers’ compensation could apply after returning to work

November 23, 2020

California workers are protected by the state’s workers’ compensation law, which requires all job providers to provide insurance protection.

When happens if a first responder develops PTSD because of work?

November 6, 2020

The average person likely associates post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with military servicemembers.

What benefits are available to undocumented workers?

November 5, 2020

There are few exceptions to the fact that undocumented immigrants are given most of the same employment rights that are provided to legal U. S. citizens.

How to handle workers’ comp claim denials

November 4, 2020

California requires most employers to carry worker’s compensation insurance to pay for medical costs and in some cases a portion of lost wages when employees are

If I’m an undocumented worker, can I get workers’ comp benefits?

November 3, 2020

California is home to millions of immigrants. In fact, the Golden State has more immigrants than any other U.S. state.

Can you request compensation if you’re injured on a lunch break?

October 22, 2020

It’s rare, but some workers in California get injured while on their lunch break. Taking a lunch break typically involves “clocking out” so that the individual

Are Latino immigrants in California eligible for workers’ comp?

October 19, 2020

Over the years, studies have shown that Latino immigrants are consistently at a high risk for workplace fatalities.

Cellphone use is a workplace as well as a road danger

October 13, 2020

Road safety advocates believe that cellphone use is behind an alarming increase in the number of distracted driving accidents in California and around the country,