Category Archives: Workers Compensation
7 Common Workplace Accidents
Workplace accidents occur daily. Injuries ranging from broken limbs to back pain can happen in any industry or occupation. Every year, these hazards render millions of people unable to perform their jobs, whether temporarily or permanently. Workplace accidents can cause not only bodily pain but also unnecessary stress and financial difficulty for both workers… Read More »
What to Do After an Orlando Work Injury?
In 2019 there were 309 reported fatal work injuries in Florida. Most of these fatalities occurred because of transportation incidents (106 fatalities), followed by falls, slips, and trips (69 total fatalities). However, as shocking as the numbers above are, this does not even account for the work-related injuries that occur each year in Florida… Read More »
5 Common Florida Construction Accident Injuries
Over 500K people are employed in the Florida construction industry. As the economy in the state continues to improve, it only makes sense that the industry will continue to grow in the foreseeable future. While this is good news for Florida’s economy, it also means that construction injuries are a serious concern. It’s estimated… Read More »
What’s The Difference Between Workers’ Comp And Personal Injury?
On the surface, workers’ compensation and personal injury claims appear interchangeable. However, as you learn more about both types of claims, you’ll come to find that there are a variety of differences between a workers comp vs. a personal injury case in Florida. Knowing these differences goes a long way in helping you seek… Read More »
Workplace Injury Claims: More Complicated Than They Seem
Most people believe that in order to file claim for a workplace injury with help from a local work accident injury attorney, they have to have been injured on the premises of their job. But on the contrary, you may have grounds for a claim without even realizing it. You may be entitled to… Read More »
Two Common Types of Lost Wages One Would Receive Because of a Work Injury
It is common that Workers’ Compensation will not pay an injured worker the full amount of their regular wages. However if you are currently treating with a Workers’ Compensation approved doctor, then you may be entitled to claim certain types of lost wages. Two common types are Temporary Total Disability and Temporary Partial Disability…. Read More »