Worker’s compensation refers to a state-mandated insurance program which helps people. Also known as workman’s comp, it provides compensation to workers who suffer injuries and illnesses that are job-related. Generally, a qualified employee can claim workers’ compensation benefits. It does not matter whether it’s the employee, the employer, a coworker, or other third party is at fault. However, in exchange for these benefits, the employees usually cannot sue the employer in court for the injuries he has incurred. 4 Most Frequently Asked Questions about Workers’ Compensation Can an employer dispute my case? If yes, what can I do about it?… Learn More
No man is an island. This is true enough for almost all situations: businesses depend on customers, producers must have consumers, and employers need employees. One tiny missing piece will result in a cascade of dysfunction. When it comes to labor, employer-employee relationship should be built on a strong foundation of mutual respect to achieve synergy and to avoid conflict. Labor laws exist to protect both parties from possible misconduct or mistreatment. If labor laws are violated, you should know what to do before, during, and after reporting—regardless of if you are an employer or an employee. Before Reporting a… Learn More
Bay Area Injury Attorney Blog
If you have been injured in an auto accident, slip and fall, or another accident caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing or a defective product, you may be able to recover compensation that will pay for your medical expenses, lost income, and non-economic damages such as your pain and suffering and diminished quality of life. Our Bay Area ...