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Work-Related Injury

Employer Defense Alternatives for Work-Related Injury Claims

Every workplace is required to have a workers’ insurance policy in case employees are injured while engaged in work-related activities. Getting one for your workplace is essential for your employees’ peace of mind and the avoidance of hefty fines. It nonetheless also puts your organization at risk of fraudulent claims. You might assume this is …

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Social Security Disability Benefits: How Much Should My Payments Be?

The Social Security Administration will base the disability benefits an individual receives each month on their “lifetime earnings” that’s averaged over plenty of years. The severity of your disability, your income, or whether or not you work part-time won’t influence the amount of your disability benefits. This essentially means that how much benefits you stand to …

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What are the Signs and Legal Action to Employee Misclassification as an Independent Contractor?

Employers always look for ways to cut costs – sometimes, even at the expense of their workers. In some cases, employers purposely misclassify their temporary or seasonal employees as independent contractors to avoid paying certain benefits. If you’re misclassified as an independent contractor, you lose your claim on overtime pay, holiday pay, break hours, the …

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