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Posted By DAM Firm | July 8 2024 | Workers' Compensation

What To Do If a Loved One Dies at Work

If you have lost somebody you care about to an on-the-job injury or illness, we know that there are so many things you need to accomplish right now. This is an unimaginably hard experience. At DiMarco | Araujo | Montevideo, we know you may not be thinking about legal assistance, but we encourage you to contact a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible.

Posted By DAM Firm | June 14 2024 | Workers' Compensation

Aggravation of a Pre-Existing Condition at Work

If we all think hard enough, we can probably think of some injury we’ve had at some point in our lives. Sometimes, our previous injuries crop back up. Aggravating a preexisting injury is more than aggravating. It can lead to significant problems, specifically if the aggravation happens at work.

Can you recover workers’ compensation benefits if an on-the-job incident aggravates a pre-existing injury?

Posted By DAM Firm | May 6 2024 | Workers' Compensation

Are Remote Employees Covered By Workers’ Comp?

Remote employees – if you are an actual employee of the company you work for, chances are you can receive workers’ compensation benefits. However, this can get confusing, particularly if a company misclassifies an employee as an independent contractor instead of as an employee. Here, we want to review California workers’ compensation laws so you can see that remote workers typically will receive benefits (or they should), and we want to discuss what you can do if you struggle to recover compensation after sustaining an on-the-job injury or illness.

Posted By DAM Firm | April 11 2024 | Workers' Compensation

Does California Workers’ Comp Cover Mental Health Issues?

Workers in California could experience a range of emotional or mental health issues due to job-related stresses or experiences. In many states across the country, employees are not able to file workers’ compensation claims for these types of injuries. However, California does allow for coverage of “psychiatric injuries” through workers’ comp claims.

Posted By DAM Firm | March 7 2024 | Workers' Compensation

What is an Independent Medical Examination?

Injured at work? Chances are you will be able to recover workers’ compensation benefits, but receiving these benefits could come with some speed bumps. You may be asked to undergo an independent medical examination to verify either the extent of the injuries or the level of medical care needed to make a recovery.

Posted By DAM Firm | January 18 2024 | Workers' Compensation

How Long Will It Take To Get My Workers’ Comp Check?

If you have sustained an on-the-job injury in California, you will likely be able to recover benefits through workers’ compensation. However, you also need to know how quickly you will start receiving your compensation check. When it comes to workers’ compensation, there are a few types of benefits you may be able to receive.

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