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    While federal employees are still eligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits, the process is a little different than when applying for these benefits after an injury or disease at a non-federal employer. There are some things you should know about the Workers’ Compensation Benefits for employees of the federal government or their dependents. Medical Treatment It… Read More

    10 Most Common Causes of Workplace Injuries

    By Kenton Koszdin on August 31, 2018
    In Workers Compensation

    What would you guess is the most common type of Workers’ Compensation injury? If you guessed overexertion injuries, you would be right. This broad category includes those injuries related to lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling and holding. Every year, 3 million American workers suffer non-fatal injuries or illnesses that are job-related. However, in 2016, 5,180 workers… Read More

    The Kenton Koszdin Law Office helps injured workers stay on their feet physically and financially. If you have a workers’ compensation claim, please do not hesitate to talk to an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Time is of the essence! Failing to meet the 30-day deadline for filing a workers’ compensation claim could result in unreimbursed… 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

    A worker who has a work-related injury or illness and who has applied for Workers’ Compensation (WC) will be treated by his or her own doctor. That physician treats the worker and makes evaluations as to when to return to work and what the extent of any permanent disability is. However, if the employer’s insurance… Read More

    It’s important to prove the extent of your injuries or illness for a Workers’ Compensation (WC) claim. One way to do this is to keep a pain journal. The WC claims administrator will need as much information as possible about your medical condition and how your injury has affected your daily life. You, of course,… Read More

    If you have any questions or concerns about any kind of disability cases, including Social Security Disability and workers’ compensation, call the Kenton Koszdin Law Office today! We’re here to help if you’ve suffered an injury or disability. Many injured workers are concerned that their employer may not react positively to them filing a workers’… Read More

    Is your teen scouting the job market for that all-important summer job? Probably the last thing on their mind is workplace safety, but it should be an important consideration for anyone when choosing a job. Teen workers are twice as likely to experience a job-related injurythan older workers, according to the National Institute for Occupational… Read More

    10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S.

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on December 6, 2017
    In Workers Compensation

    More than 4,800 people are killed each year in U.S. workplaces (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Most of these fatal occupational injuries occur in a small number of sectors that are the most dangerous ways to earn a living in our country. Here are the 10 most dangerous jobs in the U.S.: Logging workers. Dangers for… Read More

    Los Angeles Brain Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on October 20, 2015
    In Workers Compensation

    If you’ve suffered an injury at work that keeps you from returning to work for a long period of time, you can get support for your lost wages and medical bills through workers’ compensation insurance. You should inform your employer that an accident happened, that you were hurt, and that you plan on seeking out medical attention right away. Then,… Read More

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