Does Workers Comp Cover Weather-related Injury?

Is There Workers Compensation for Minors?

November 2, 2017
Whether it’s putting money towards college, saving up for their first car, or helping out the family, many teenagers find themselves working part-time jobs on top of their studies. It’s a common part of the teenage experience. Unfortunately, young age does not prevent injury, and teenagers can get hurt at work just like anyone else. […]
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Are Family Members Covered By Workers Compensation When Death Is Due To Workplace Injury?

October 26, 2017
We always want to make sure that our loved ones are taken care of — which is why it’s important to know where your family stands should anything happen to you on the job or as a result of a workplace injury. In the event of death, are your family members covered by workers compensation? […]
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Eminent Domain and the Triad’s 311 Bypass

October 21, 2017
Unless you’re being directly affected, it can be easy to forget that one of the biggest things happening in eminent domain law is happening right now in Guilford County. I’m referring to the proposed 311 bypass and the homeowners that are going to be facing a variety of outcomes due to its construction.   Those […]
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What Are Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements?

October 17, 2017
If you are receiving Medicare and have been injured at work, you may have heard of Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements or WCMSA. When dealing with workman’s comp and Medicare, you may be required to set up a WCMSA as part of your settlement. If this happens, you will be asked to set aside a […]
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What Is the Evidence Needed for My Social Security Case?

When it comes to putting together a social security disability case, it all comes down to your ability to prove your medical condition. You may then ask, “what is the evidence needed for my social security case?” This article will help you answer this question and provide you with the information you need. What evidence […]
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