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    Denying Workers’ Compensation for Temporary Workers

    By Kenton Koszdin on May 18, 2021
    In Blogs

    If you are a ‘Temporary Worker’ and you experience a work-related illness or an injury that you received while on the job, you may wonder if you are eligible for workers’ comp. California Law has decided in the past decade that an employer with temporary workers must pay them compensation along with their regular workers to… Read More

    7 Ways to Sabotage Your Workers Comp

    By Kenton Koszdin on April 20, 2021
    In Blogs

    If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed at the prospect of going it alone if and when you need to file a workers’ compensation claim due to an injury or illness you suffered at work, you’re not alone!

    Working a steady job with an employer who’s responsible enough to carry workers’ compensation insurance can put any employees’ mind at ease, especially if they suffer one of the more common forms of workplace injury, like slipping and falling or being injured by faulty equipment. But what if your workplace injury stems from something that isn’t so common?

    “What Constitutes a Workplace Injury?”

    By Kenton Koszdin on September 28, 2020
    In Blogs

    Deciding whether or not an injury is a work-related injury isn’t black and white – context matters. If you find yourself unsure of whether or not your injury qualifies as a work-related injury, you need professional guidance.

    Are There Time Limits for a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on February 17, 2020
    In Workers Compensation

    The simple answer to this question is “Yes.” However, there are different components of a Workers’ Compensation (WC) claim with various applicable time limits.

    More than one in five U.S. deaths in the workplace are from construction, falls from height comprise a large percentage of on-the-job injuries.

    In several states, including California, you can submit a Workers’ Compensation claim for stress. However, this is one of the hardest injuries or illnesses to prove and that burden of proof is on the employee, which can make your claim for stress-related injury or illness even more stressful. When making your decision about whether or… Read More

    If your Workers’ Compensation Claim has been denied, there are several steps to go through when it comes to an appeal of the decision. Depending on the reason for the denial, the process may be short or it could be lengthy. To receive any Workers’ Comp benefits to which you may be entitled, it is… Read More

    Filing a Worker’s Compensation claim after sustaining workplace injuries or illnesses is a common procedure. Some cases may be open and shut, making it very easy for you to get your benefits while out of work recovering, and you simply go back to work when healed. However, some cases are not so easy to handle… Read More

    In today’s world, many of us turn to social media when something happens in our life – either bad or good – that we want our family and friends to know about. But social media should definitely be avoided if you have been hurt at work or have a work-related illness and have filed for… Read More

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