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Posted By DAM Firm | September 27 2019 | Clergy Abuse, Workers Rights

What is Sexual Harassment?

In the wake of the #MeToo movement that has swept across the country over the last few years, many people have begun to understand that sexual harassment has been and still is a major problem in the U.S. workforce. It happens in every industry and at every income level – from the top to the…

Posted By DAM Firm | July 22 2019 | Workers Rights

Workers’ Compensation When Working From Home

In California, all employers with one or more employees must carry workers’ compensation insurance. The state’s workers’ compensation system enables all injured or ill employees to obtain financial benefits without the burden of proof. An employee can receive compensation for medical bills and some lost wages with almost no questions asked. Thousands of residents in…

Posted By DAM Firm | July 1 2019 | Workers Rights

What Is a Supplemental Job Displacement Voucher?

In the state of California, after an employee suffers on-the-job injuries it is up to the discretion of a doctor to determine if the worker requires any work restrictions or accommodations to return to work. The employer must consider these restrictions if the employee returns to work. In some cases, the employee is unable to…

Posted By DAM Firm | July 1 2019 | Workers Rights

What Is the Workers’ Compensation Medical Disclosure Act?

Workers’ compensation insurance is there to benefit workers injured on the job, but it can be complex and difficult to understand. This is especially true when your employer’s insurance company denies your claim. The intent of workers’ compensation laws is to support workers, but the job of an insurance company claims adjuster is to protect…

Posted By DAM Firm | July 1 2019 | Workers Rights

Understanding Labor Code 4850

California enacted Labor Code 4850 to benefit law enforcement officers, firefighters and other public safety/service employees in the event they suffer an injury while performing their duties. The labor code allows these workers to receive their full salaries for no more than one year within a five-year period from the date an on-the-job injury. The…

Posted By DAM Firm | May 8 2019 | Workers Rights

Can You Cancel a Workers Comp Claim?

Suffering an injury in the workplace can be damaging to your body and to your pocketbook. Luckily, California offers safety nets in the form of workers’ compensation to help you pay for your injuries and collect wages even after you take leave from work. However, not everyone wants to see workers’ compensation claims to the…

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