Guide To Claiming Workers Comp For Repetitive Stress Injuries

Workers compensation isn't just for workplace accidents that lead to injury. A certain class of injury, called the repetitive stress injury, is also a common cause for claims. The reason is simply because many jobs require the type of daily movements that lead to these types of injury. For example, carpal tunnel, a condition that affects the wrists, arms, and hands of many office workers, is a repetitive stress injury and it may be covered by worker's comp. Read More 

What Do You Do When You’re Injured As A Motorcycle Passenger?

Motorcycle accidents have many moving parts, and if you are injured as part of a motorcycle accident when you're the passenger, things can get even more complicated. But it's important to take an active role in getting compensation for any injuries you sustained. Here are some things that you can do. Have a Thorough Talk with the Driver About Next Steps Some of the steps for reporting a motorcycle accident inevitably fall on the driver. Read More