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Workers’ Compensation in Massachusetts: Everything You Need To Know

Hurt on the job in Massachusetts? If you’re like most people, then you’re probably stressed out about keeping up with...

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What is New in Workers’ Compensation in Boston?

There have been several new developments in the area of workers’ compensation laws in Boston. If you have suffered an...

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Construction Worker Dies in Haverhill Construction Accident

The Essex County District Attorney announced on Tuesday that a Haverhill man had died during an accident at a construction...

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Seven People Hurt in Dorchester Bus Accident

Early Thursday morning, seven people were injured in a bus crash in Uphams Corner in Dorchester. The crash occurred when...

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Construction Worker Killed in Work Accident at Concord School

A worker was killed at a construction site at a local Concord school after a construction crane collided with him...

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Why Do Hispanic Workers Suffer More Injuries?

“For much of the past two decades…the rate of work-related fatalities for Latinos has exceeded the rate for all U.S....

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Inmunidad Gubernamental Ante Demandas

Si una parte es lesionada por alguna acción de parte de una unidad gubernamental, funcionario o agencia, puede o no...

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Handling Wrongful Death in the Workplace

In a world like ours, the marvels of science and engineering have made dangerous jobs much safer. Though construction-related deaths...

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Handling Depression After a Work Accident

Sometimes an injury at the workplace isn't immediately visible. A broken bone, a traumatic injury, an exhausting sickness: each of...

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ICD-10 Upgrades the Worker Compensation Process

For the last thirty years, the United States' healthcare industry has operated within the codes and procedures of the World...

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