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    If you sustained an injury at your job, you are eligible for Workers’ Compensation. Unfortunately, many issues can occur when you attempt to ensure that you get the help you need.

    Will Workers’ Compensation Cover My Lost Wages?

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 29, 2021
    In Blogs

    When injured due to your place of employment, you will file a workers’ compensation claim and attempt to heal. Unfortunately, however, it doesn’t cover everything.

    Does Your Injury Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 28, 2021
    In Blogs

    If you have obtained an injury at your workplace, you may be wondering if you are eligible for workers’ compensation. Under California law, there are specific steps that will need to be taken to get the help you need.

    Before the Occupational Safety and Health Act, workers were afforded little to no protection from potential hazards in the workplace. The law was the culmination of efforts dating back to before the American Civil War. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 governs federal law that deals with occupational health and safety in both… Read More

    OSHA has established rules and regulations regarding the construction industry to help increase safety on construction sites. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is responsible for establishing safety rules for all employees regardless of industry. However, the construction industry presents several unique work hazards. Safety standards for the construction industry are in place based on… Read More

    In the News: Workers’ Compensation

    By Kenton Koszdin on September 18, 2018
    In Workers Compensation News

    The world of Workers’ Compensation has been changing, especially in California where 20% of the Worker’s Comp premium is generated. It is important to keep up with the importance of these changes by keeping up with California Workers’ Comp News. Lately, the Workers’ Comp system has been evaluated, including changes in the premiums taken from… Read More

    Massage therapists have very strong hands, wrists and arms, job requirements when you spend your days kneading away tension and knots in your clients. But strength isn’t enough to prevent therapist injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Some massage techniques including deep tissue work can lead to shoulder and neck strain. These injuries are caused… Read More

    If you have any questions about benefits related to Social Security Disability and workers’ compensation, call the Kenton Koszdin Law Office today! We’re here to help if you’ve suffered a workplace injury or disability. Many employees injured on the job are afraid that filing a workers’ compensation claim will cause their employer to react negatively… Read More

    The California Supreme Court recently changed how companies classify workers as independent contractors vs. employees. The Court instituted an “ABC” test, similar to those currently in use in Massachusetts and New Jersey, to replace the prior 10-factor test for determining employee status. The ABC test is much simpler and considers a worker as an independent… Read More

    Legislation to make sure that women with work-related breast cancer aren’t shortchanged on Workers’ Compensation (WC) claims is one step closer to being enacted. A KUSI Newsroom update reported that the bill, sponsored by State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, intends to remedy current state WC practices that do not conform to guidelines established by the… Read More

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