DIvorce, Child Custody, and Workers Comp Blog | Jeffrey M. Bloom
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If you have been injured in a work-related accident or have suffered a disease due to your occupation, it is likely that you qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. As with most insurance programs, the details of its policies and procedures – and the insurance company’s...

Since OSHA’s creation, workers have many additional rights related to safety and health in the workplace. This helps protect workers from injury. If you've been injured while at work, you'll need to know your worker rights and responsibilities before you file your workers' compensation claim. Some...

According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2015, 4,836 people were killed in workplace accidents. This number does not include deaths in the armed forces. This number is higher than the number of fatalities in 2014. Of these fatalities, a high number...

If you were to guess, what would you say is the leading cause of workplace injuries? It’s not falls or machine operation errors. It’s actually overexertion. According to the Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, overexertion is the top reason for injuries in the workplace. Overexertion causes...

In a divorce, most couples fight over assets. After all, both parties want their fair share of the money, and each may have their eye on the cars, furniture and even the house. Arguments ensue when one party thinks they deserve more than the other. Things...

Workplace injuries are more common than you would expect.  According to the 2017 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, serious nonfatal injuries cost businesses close to $60 billion a year. That’s a huge expense. What exactly is causing all these injuries? Read on to learn more about the...