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September 2019 Archives

Newly passed bill could get workers' compensation for gig workers

In California, there has been an ongoing debate as to how independent contractors - also called "gig" workers - should be treated when it comes to workplace benefits, such as the right to be paid a minimum wage, overtime and workers' compensation benefits. Since gig work has become so prominent, many workers are unprotected if they are injured on the job or face other workplace issues. As the dispute approaches its conclusion, those who are in this category should be cognizant of their current rights and what their rights could be in the future.

What is the law for medical exams with workers' compensation?

Injured workers in California have a lot to think about. That includes the injury or condition from which they suffer, the medical care they need, what will happen with their job, how they will make ends meet and much more. Workers' compensation benefits are in place to help these individuals. However, the law for workers' compensation benefits can often be confusing. The basics are frequently problematic and it is wise to understand what the law says about these issues. That includes medical examinations. Following the law is a critical factor in workers' compensation cases.

Fatal construction accident claims life of Disney worker

Construction workers in California are cognizant of the risks they take every time they work on a project. Because they are oftentimes using heavy equipment and large tools, and must trust fellow workers, they need to make certain they and their employers use the required safety procedures. There is much that can go wrong. People can be injured and even lose their lives in a fatal construction accident. When there is a worker death during a construction job, it will cause serious implications to the worker's family.

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