Unauthorized or undocumented workers are entitled to virtually the same workers’ comp benefits as other California workers.
In California and across the U.S., the number of people 55 and older in the labor force is increasing. In fact, it more than doubled between 1992 and 2017.
Recently such a case happened in Port of Los Angeles in which one worker was killed and another seriously injured.
Electrical exposure can happen in a variety of ways. But among those who work outside, accidental contact with power lines is a hazard that cannot be taken for granted.
As one of more than a million California residents who currently earn a living working in health care, you probably understand that experiencing job-related aches and pains is incredibly common in your line of work.
Whether you work in the finance, construction or hospitality industry, you have likely developed a repetitive motion injury.
Workplace accidents occur for many different reasons, but those who find themselves on the road due to their job responsibilities face an especially high chance of being injured in a work-related traffic wreck.
It is not uncommon to wonder if you are eligible for workers’ comp if you suffer an injury due to workplace violence.
According to Psychology Today, first responders are highly likely to suffer from any number of psychological disorders, ranging from depression and anxiety to post-traumatic stress disorder.