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Employees who suffer injuries on the job have a right to obtain workers’ compensation, which means they don’t have to go to court to prove their employer was at fault. Read More
The high-stress nature of police work and firefighting puts our best and bravest at greater than normal risk of developing heart disease and hypertension. Connecticut lawmakers recognized the issue and Read More
In a traditional work environment, such as an office, warehouse, restaurant or store, you can obtain workers’ compensation benefits if you are injured on the job. But in today’s work-from-home Read More
“Falling down on the job” can be slang for lagging in work performance, but actual falls in the workplace can cause substantial injuries that require expensive treatment and recuperation. However, Read More
Every year millions of workers across the country suffer on-the-job injuries. The National Safety Council (NSC) estimates that an employee is hurt on the job every seven seconds, which works Read More
Essential workers have put their health on the line during the pandemic and many have contracted the coronavirus. While most recovered after a brief illness, others faced lengthy hospital stays Read More
In prior blogs I have written about employee rights as they relate to Workers’ Compensation benefits for on the job injuries (READ MORE), as well as claims for retaliation as Read More
In a recent decision, the Connecticut Appellate Court had occasion to review the circumstances where an employee of a subcontractor can maintain a claim for workers compensation benefits against the Read More
A new law recently went into effect in Connecticut, effective July 1, 2019, which provides workers’ compensation benefits for certain mental or emotional impairments and mental health care for police Read More
You suffer an injury on the job, file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits, and coincidentally begin to notice subtle differences in the way your employer treats you. Then, in Read More
ABLE accounts (“Achieving a Better Life Experience”) allow an individual, who was disabled prior to age 26, to set up an account which allows the funds to grow tax-deferred and Read More
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