What Every Employee Should Know About Workers Compensation & Arbitration

Posted on: 14 September 2015

Being injured at work typically means that you're eligible to file for workers compensation benefits. However, it's important to understand that filing a workers compensation claim doesn't automatically entitle you to benefits. If you're exploring your options to settle a workers compensation claim, you might want to think about pursuing arbitration. It's often provided as an alternative to court hearings and it may help you settle your case. Here's a look at some of the things you should know about workers compensation and arbitration.
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Nursing Home Neglect: Types Of Abuse And Negligence You Should Be Aware Of

Posted on: 8 September 2015

Unfortunately, nursing home abuse is a big problem in the United States. One study found that around a third of all nursing homes have been found guilty of multiple cases of abuse or neglect within the past two years. If you have a parent or relative in the care of a nursing facility, and you suspect abuse, you probably have grounds for a civil lawsuit. Nursing home abuse and neglect can happen in a myriad of ways.
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2 Tips To Help You Get Approved For Social Security Disability After Your Claim Was Denied

Posted on: 18 August 2015

If the Social Security Disability Administration (SSDA) recently denied your application for benefits, you should not be surprised. 65% of applicants are turned down when they initially apply for benefits, but being denied benefits does not mean you should stop trying. Here are two tips that may help you get approved for the disability benefits you feel you need. Be Prepared To Fight By Appealing The Decision Even if you are part of the 65% turned down by the SSDA, you can still pursue these benefits.
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How To Maintain A Good Relationship With Your Boss While Pursuing A Personal Injury Claim

Posted on: 4 August 2015

Were you recently injured in an accident at work but too timid to hold your employer accountable for the unsafe circumstances that caused it? Getting the compensation you need for injuries sustained on the job can be complicated, especially if you have not been completely disabled. Working part time or light duty while pursuing legal action for your injuries strains the critical relationship you have with your employer. After all, the status of your employment depends on a satisfactory relationship with the person who signs your paychecks.
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