Inside Banner Image

Our Blog


Does Worker’s Comp Cover Stress and Anxiety?

Worker’s comp covers a wide variety of health conditions, including mental health. In some cases, this can mean that you can receive worker’s compensation for stress and anxiety. However, like other chronic conditions such as asthma or carpal tunnel, you do have to show that your condition is connected to and caused by your job. […]

Training Employers Can Decrease At-Work Accidents

Most employers know that training their employees on safety can help reduce accidents. This is one of the best ways of ensuring that employees understand what they need to do to stay safe while at work. However, the C-level executives and other employers may not always take these same safety courses. But running a safe […]

How Do You Receive Your Workers’ Comp Benefits?

If you have been approved for workers’ comp, you’ve made it through the hardest part of the system. The question now is how your payments will arrive. This depends on the type of workers’ comp you have been approved for, the regulations in your area, and a few other factors. Here are some of the […]

Common Occupational Diseases Covered by Workers’ Comp

Workers’ comp does more than just cover on-the-job injuries. It also covers conditions brought on due to the nature of your job or the environment in which you work. While there are a number of diseases that could be caused by your job, you do have to show that there is a link between work […]

The Elements of a Strong Workers’ Comp Claim

If you’ve been injured at work, you know you need to begin putting together your workers’ comp case as soon as you can. There are a number of different parts to your case, but some are much more important than others. Here are several of the vital elements your workers’ comp claim needs to include […]

Signs You Have Whiplash Following an Auto Accident

If you have been in a car accident, you could be seriously injured and not realize it. That’s because whiplash, which often occurs in auto accidents, doesn’t always immediately result in pain, stiffness, or any other issue. The signs of whiplash often don’t appear for several days, which is why it’s important for you to […]

What Does a Neurologist Treat?

Neurologists are specialists who treat a number of conditions related to the nerves and the nervous system. These conditions can affect any part of your body, and they can be very painful, cause weakness, and make it difficult to function. Here are some of the conditions that a neurologist may treat and what they can […]

What Medical Tests Are Often Required for Worker’s Comp Cases?

If You have been injured on the job and have opened a worker’s comp case, you should be prepared to undergo a number of different medical tests. Some of these tests will be ordered by your own doctor in order to diagnose and treat your injuries. Others may be ordered by the independent medical examiner […]

Does Workers’ Comp Cover Workplace Violence?

There are many different types of injuries that can occur at work. You can hurt yourself due to someone’s negligence. You can make a mistake that leads to hurting yourself. You can even get hurt from an accident that wasn’t really anyone’s fault. Most of these situations are covered under workers’ comp if they occurred […]

Common Office Workers’ Comp Injuries

Just because you work in an office doesn’t mean you’re safe from injuries. In fact, a good number of office workers file workers’ comp injuries every year. If you’re injured in the office, don’t assume your case is not important or that you cannot get workers’ comp for it. You can, and you should apply […]