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Work-Related Accidents

What Is a Workers’ Comp Letter of Clarification?

12.10.2017 in Work-Related Accidents

When clarification is required concerning one or more issues regarding the examination of an injured employee as it pertains to a workers’ compensation matter, the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) may issue a Workers’ Comp Letter of Clarification (LOC) to the…

Does OSHA Keep Workers Safe?

16.08.2017 in Work-Related Accidents

An employee should never have to question their safety while at work. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), you have certain rights to safety and conditions in your workplace. But how does OSHA keep workers safe? Under federal law, as a worker you…

What Is an Idiopathic Injury?

06.08.2017 in Work-Related Accidents

An idiopathic injury is an injury resulting from a condition or disease an individual has that has nothing to do with their place of employment. In order to receive compensation for an idiopathic injury, you have to prove that the injury was caused by something…

Can Undocumented Workers Sue for Lost Wages?

21.07.2017 in Personal Injury, Work-Related Accidents

Workplace accidents happen regularly. Some industries are particularly risky and accident prone; however, in any occupation, people can be careless, reckless, or intentional harmful and cause serious incidents. When a work-related incident injuries a lawful employee who is entitled to work in the U.S., either…

Workplace Health and Safety Codes

10.07.2017 in Work-Related Accidents

No matter what a job entails, an employee is entitled to work in a safe environment. Federal laws state that employers must keep their workplace “free from recognizable hazards” that could cause injuries or even death. States have also adopted their own workplace health and…