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From car accidents to slips on wet floors, these are some of the most common injuries that happen at work. Workplace safety is important for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you work at an office, warehouse, restaurant, construction site, hospital, or other public service position like police or firefighters, work injuries happen. Here are some … Continue reading Common Injuries that Happen at Work
As a workers compensation attorney, we see a fair share of construction worker clients who have suffered from construction site injuries and accidents. Construction workers often face dangerous working conditions that put them at risk for injury. Some of these risks include being exposed to high levels of noise, chemicals, and other hazards on the … Continue reading 5 Tips for Working Safely As a Construction Worker
Occasionally, an injured worker’s injuries are so severe that even after medical treatment has concluded they cannot return to work doing what they used to do. Injured workers in this position may not be out of options for future employment… often they will be eligible for vocational rehabilitation. What is vocational rehabilitation? Vocational rehabilitation consists … Continue reading What happens if you can’t return to your pre-injury employment?
I had a Metro cop come to the office the other day for a free consultation. When I greeted him in the waiting room, before he even rose from the couch to shake my hand, he stated that he didn’t like or trust lawyers. I smiled and replied that most people I meet do have … Continue reading Saved by the Dogs: Credibility of Work Comp Lawyer
Recently I recorded some videos on the Nevada Workers’ Compensation Law Hearings and Appeals Process. I take you inside the hearings and appeals court to show you what to expect and to describe what will take place. When you have 15 minutes, click on the video playlist below to view and feel free to comment. … Continue reading Nevada Workers Compensation Law Videos
I put together a series of videos on hearings and appeals to show injured workers the physical location of the two offices where hearings and appeals are held on contested Nevada workers’ compensation claims, and what to expect at each hearing. The address for the Hearings Division and Appeals Division is 2200 S. Rancho Drive, … Continue reading Nevada Hearings and Appeals:What to Expect
This is what I do for injured workers who would like a free legal consultation: First, I, or one of my experienced legal assistants, asks the injured workers a few pertinent questions to make sure that they have a Nevada claim, that they have already filed a claim, that they do not already have an attorney representing … Continue reading Free Legal Consultation- What to Expect