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Obtaining Supplemental Job Displacement Assistances in the State of California

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When a worker in the State of California is unable to return to his or her former employment as a result of a work-related grievance, the worker may be able to obtain supplemental benefits that could help him or her find a new job. Injured workers who have been left with permanent disabilities can… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation in the State of California: Death Benefits

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If you or someone you know depends financially on a person who recently passed away due to a work related injury illness, there may be an opportunity to recover monetary compensation for the damages accrued. This form of monetary compensation is also known as death benefits, and in the State of California, they are… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation: Simple Steps That Could Help to Improve Workplace Safety

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There are many elements that could play a role in causing workplace injuries. While workers can suffer injuries as a result of the employer’s or company’s negligence, there are important steps a worker could take in an effort to improve workplace safety. This article will highlight some of the best ways to prevent workplace… Read More »

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4 Injured in Chain Reaction Anaheim Crash

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A flatbed truck rear-ended a Toyota Camry on January 9. That rear-end collision caused at least four other vehicles to crash as well. Unfortunately, two young children were injured in the back of the Toyota Camry as a result of the rear-end accident in addition to two other injured individuals. The University of California… Read More »

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California Discrimination and Harassment Law Updates

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Anti-harassment and discrimination regulations are important to any business and all individuals. Now, California is extending anti-harassment regulations to include temporary workers and interns. Our lawyers applaud this step by California as a move in the right direction. Not being harassed at work should be a right with greater protections at work. The provisions… Read More »

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New 2015 Labor Laws

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California is set to reach almost one-thousand laws enacted in 2015, and many of them will undoubtedly be labor laws. California is not known for being straight forward or friendly to labor or businesses, and it looks that that trend is set to continue. Some of the areas that the California legislature will deal… Read More »

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What Does TRIA Denial Mean for Workers’ Compensation?

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The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, or TRIA for short, is a federal law that mandates the government to pay worker’s compensation claims based on terrorism. However, our lawyers found this Bill to be in uncertain waters at the end of 2014. TRIA was coming up for renewal, and many were worried that the House… Read More »

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The Biggest Problem American Business Is Facing in 2015

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U.S. businesses may need to take action to prevent serious labor issues in the near future. Our lawyers recognize a problematic trend of economic inequality is that is rampant in our current business structure. Worker’s strikes are becoming commonplace, and the California Endowment is striving for higher wages. America’s workforce is getting older, and… Read More »

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Car plunges through roof of California home

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Police said a BMW driver lost control during a turn, went off a road and plunged through the garage roof of a home that sits about 20 feet below the roadway. Car plunges through roof of California home: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/local/story/2014/dec/10/car-plunges-through-roof-california-home/277570/

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Brain Impairment at Younger Age for Tackle Football Players

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The court documents anticipate 3,488 former players making almost 6,700 claims for payments related to brain injuries caused by playing football. Brain Impairment at Younger Age for Tackle Football Players: http://www.legalpad.com/2014/10/brain-impairment-younger-age-tackle-football-players.html

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