Workers Compensation

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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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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Misclassification of Independent Contractors (IC) in Massachusetts

  Definition of Independent Contractor Many states, including Massachusetts, use the “ABC Test” to separate independent contractors from employees. The...

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Workers Compensation and Pre-existing Conditions in Massachusetts

Workers compensation isn't always a straightforward process. In Massachusetts today, we're seeing a lot of workers compensation claims that involve...

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The Cost of Failure to Pay Workers’ Compensation Insurance

According to the United States Department of Labor, occupational injuries cost companies up to $170 billion every year. And some...

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Are Worker’s Compensation Claims Taxable in Massachusetts?

As of November 2016, there have been 2,379 workers’ compensation claims filed in the state of Massachusetts, according to the...

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What Does Workers Compensation Without Prejudice Mean?

According to the Department of Labor, nearly $80 million in compensation and medical bills have been paid out to Massachusetts...

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Massachusetts DIA – What You Need to Know

If you are injured or become ill on the job in Massachusetts, the law says you are entitled to benefits...

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OSHA stand down

As Worker’s Compensation attorneys, we understand and support the need for workplace safety. The stronger the focus on maintaining a...

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