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Logging-Second “Worst” Job to have according to Survey

According to an article I read the other day, “Loggers are listed as the number two worst job to have in America, and for good reason. Fifty-five loggers died back in 2017 due to fatal injuries while on the job, and an additional 350 workers sustained non-fatal injuries. The average logger makes about 40,000 a year.” Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (9) Does Workers Comp have to pay for all of my medical treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (9) Does Workers Comp have to pay for all of my medical treatment? As we discussed in our last blog, your employer’s workers compensation insurance carrier has to pay for any and all medical treatment which is reasonable and necessary given your injuries. Unfortunately, in the past few years getting the Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (8) Am I free to see my own doctor for treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (8) After suffering a job injury, am I free to see my own doctor for treatment? If you work in Alabama and have suffered a job injury, you are most likely entitled to benefits under Alabama’s Workers’ Comp Law. Part of your rights under our Worker’ Compensation Law includes your medical Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (7) What if I was off the clock when I was injured?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (7) What if I was off the clock when I was injured? While the majority of job injuries occur while the injured worker was “on the clock,” it is not a mandatory requirement that the employee be clocked in prior to suffering their job injury. In Alabama, an injured employee’s “’employment Read More

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The Effects of Pain

Alabama Job Injury Lawyers Effects of Pain A few years back I had some serious health problems, and in an 8 month span I had to undergo 4 surgeries. During my recover, I learned something about pain I never knew before. Sure, I had broken some bones growing up, had 2 concussions while playing football, Read More

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Alabama Worker Compensation Questions: (6) Preexisting condition

Alabama Worker Compensation Questions: (6) I was told that I was not entitled to workers comp benefits because of a preexisting condition: I could not count the number of times I have had a client come in who was injured at work, but was informed that workers’ comp was refusing to accept liability because 20 Read More

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