It’s important to know what to do in the event you or a loved one experiences an injury or illness on the job in California. But most people won’t learn about their options until it happens to them. Take the initiative to learn what you need to know before you or a loved one experiences… Read More
1. Stay at work for at least 35+ years: Depending on who you ask, you may hear several different answers to the question of how long you should work before requesting access to your Social Security benefits. While the absolute minimum amount of time needed on the workforce before claiming benefits is 10 years, it’s… Read More
Efforts are being made by California Governor Gavin Newsom to make workers’ protections permanent, rather than temporary.
By Kenton Koszdin on July 13, 2020
There are over 1 million people in the State of California today who receive Social Security Disability Benefits as a result of an injury or disability that prevents them from being able to work. These benefits are a saving grace for many people who would otherwise have lost their ability to maintain a source of… Read More
You work hard to maintain your livelihood and support those you love. Despite this, many hard-working Americans don’t learn about the full extent of their rights as a worker until it’s too late. One of the most important rights to be fully aware of is your right to workers’ compensation: What is Workers’ compensation? Workers’… Read More
As of May 8th, stage 2 of Governor Gavin Newsom’s “Resilience Roadmap” plan to re-open the state of California started taking effect in designated counties. The 2nd step of Gov. Newsom’s plan called for employees to begin returning to work where appropriate. This phase included nonessential employees of California who were considered to be at a lower risk of… Read More
If you find yourself wondering whether or not it’s “worth it” to file a workers compensation claim, ask yourself these four key questions:
With the sudden rise of people working from home regularly, you may start to wonder how this might affect you if a work-related injury occurs at home and you may need to file for worker’s compensation.
By Kenton Koszdin on
An audit in 2015 found a vast majority of California government websites lacked ADA compliant documents available for public use. To make these changes and updates, nearly 13,000 documents containing approximately 350,000 pages were temporarily removed from all California government websites.