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Alabama Workers Compensation Lawyers      How Do I File A Claim

Alabama Workers Compensation Lawyers      How Do I File A Claim Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers: How do I file a claim? If you were hurt on the job and suffered a job injury, you are most likely entitled to workers comp benefits; however, you will never receive any worker’s compensation benefits if you do not first Read More

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Hurt at Work Nurses, CNAs, Therapist, EMTs, Healthcare Workers Top Job Injury List

Hurt at Work Nurses, CNAs, Therapist, EMTs, Healthcare Workers Top Job Injury List The last two years have been chaotic for us all, but for Healthcare Workers (Nurses, CNAs, Certified Nursing Assistants, EMTs, Emergency Medical Technicians, Therapists, etc.) unbelievably so, and this fact is borne out by the numbers. In November 2021, the U.S. Department Read More

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Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers

Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers Huntsville Workers Compensation Lawyers: What if I did not immediately file an accident report? What are My Rights? I could not count how many times an injured worker has called our office to inform us that their employer had told them that since they did not immediately file an accident report, Read More

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Hurt at Work and having problems getting your worker’s compensation money?

Hurt at Work and having problems getting your worker’s compensation money? One of the main issues we hear about from people who have been hurt at work is that they are having problems getting their workers’ compensation benefits in anything resembling a timely fashion. In Alabama, those who hurt at work and have to miss Read More

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Job Injury      McWane Pipe 

Job Injury      McWane Pipe  Job Injury McWane Pipe: If you live in Central Alabama and work at McWane Pipe, chances are that at some point you have suffered a job injury.  Most job injuries are minor in nature, and suffering aches and pains are part of the job when you do the type of physical Read More

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Chronic Pain and Psychological Injuries

Chronic Pain and Psychological Injuries Those who suffer serious injuries as a result of a job injury often develop chronic pain issues.  Chronic pain is defined as pain which limits one’s activities and lasts for at least 6 months-and it can be a lifetime problem. Chronic pain often starts with an injury. After the acute Read More

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The ABCs of Workers Compensation

The ABCs of Workers Compensation Workers’ compensation is a unique set of laws in Alabama, with different rules and procedures from general tort law.  As such, workers compensation has developed its own linguistics and phraseology that can be confusing to lawyers who do not emphasize workers’ compensation claims in their practice-more so for injured workers.  Read More

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Nursing Home Workers have a dangerous job

Nursing Home Workers have a dangerous job As the attached article points out, working in a Nursing Home or Assisted Living Facility is a job rife with hazards, and with the appearance of the novel coronavirus-these jobs have become even more dangerous. We you aware that according to a study by the U.S. Department of Labor, Read More

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Basics to Alabama Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Basics to Alabama Workers’ Compensation Benefits If you work in Alabama and have suffered a work injury, chances are you are not sure what your rights are to workers compensation benefits or how to go about protecting your rights.  You probably don’t know a lawyer to ask either (I didn’t know any lawyers until I Read More

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The Real Face of Fraud in Workers’ Comp

The Real Face of Fraud in Workers’ Comp In 2016, Reagan Kemple lost his life while battling wildfires in California, leaving behind a wife and 2 children. When Mrs. Kemple sought workers’ compensation benefits she was told that her husband’s employer did not have coverage because they did not have any employees—everyone who worked for them were Read More

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