Workers Compensation

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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Boston-Area Companies Must Pay $129,000 for Asbestos Violations

When people think about workers' comp, they often think of falling off ladders or accidents with machiner. While those cases...

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5 Signs you should Call a Workers Compensation Attorney

Just because you are injured on the job doesn't mean your employer will happily start mailing you workers compensation checks....

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Workers Compensation in the On-Demand Economy

What will constitute a good job in the future? With the rise of the on-demand economy, the definition of employment...

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Massachusetts Workers Comp Case – DiCarlo Is A Landmark Victory for Workers

No Workers Comp Lien for Pain and Suffering in Third-Party Settlements In a landmark case (DiCarlo vs. Suffolk Construction), the...

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Fall Protection Rule in Massachusetts

The fall protection rule in Massachusetts aims to keep employees who are at risk for falls in the workplace safe...

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Legal Loopholes Limit Massachusetts Workers Rights

Requiring Employees to Sign Waivers Limits Massachusetts Workers Rights Under both federal and Massachusetts labor rules and regulations, employees have...

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Hispanic Workers May Face More Challenges when Seeking Workers’ Compensation

Many Hispanic individuals in the Boston area work in the field of construction. This is not dissimilar to other areas...

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