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Video Meetings with a Lawyer on your Alabama Workers Comp Claim

Video Meetings with a Lawyer on your Alabama Workers Comp Claim During the current pandemic, the Government is asking us all to practice social distancing to better protect our citizens-especially those Americans with serious underlying medical problems.  This encompasses many workers who have suffered serious injuries as the result of a work injury.  The majority of Read More

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Being Injured at Work is not Illegal

Being Injured at Work is not Illegal This is a nice article written by someone who was shocked that his workplace injury wasn’t the worst part of his workers’ comp claim-but dealing with his employer afterwards. Inferences that he was faking, pressuring him to return to work before the doctor thought he could, isolation from his Read More

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Warehouse Workers Lead Massachusetts in Number of Job Injuries

Warehouse Workers Lead Massachusetts in Number of Job Injuries In Massachusetts, workers in transportation and warehousing led the State in the number of job injuries (29.3%), with construction workers coming in at number two (18.3%). This may be a little surprising to some, but If you work for a warehouse distributor, such as Wal-Mart, Dollar Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (28) What do I do if I have to Move?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (28) What do I do if I have to Move? It is not uncommon for one of our workers compensation lawyers to speak with an injured worker who is concerned about their workers comp case because they have to move. Maybe their spouse has to move for their job; unfortunately, many Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denies my Medical Treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denied my Medical Treatment? In Alabama, the law is clear: the employer (their workers compensation carrier actually) shall pay for any and all reasonably necessary medical treatment. What happens these days is that the workers compensation insurance carrier will send some of your records 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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Can I file for workers compensation benefits if I was only a part time employee?

Through the years our attorneys have spoken to numerous injured workers who thought that their work injury would not be covered under Alabama’s workers’ compensation laws because they were a part-time employee-this is simply not the case. Alabama’s Workers Compensation Statute defines an employee/worker as “every person in the service of another under any contract Read More

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