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As a bus driver, you take your job seriously. You are responsible for getting dozens of children to school safely each day, so you do your best to drive carefully. Unfortunately, one of the most dangerous intersections in Houston is…

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created by Congress to “assure safe and healthful conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance.” OSHA covers private sector workers, state…

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As college students start packing their bags and boxes to return to school, many are considering taking on employment to earn money for school. Many of the jobs on campus are considered part of the Federal Work-Study (FWS) program, a…

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When you have been scheduled to attend an independent medical examination, or IME, it is a sign that your employer or your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier has questions or doubts about at least one detail in your claim. While…

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After a workplace injury, workers’ compensation (WC) benefits will become your primary source of income for a while. This coverage helps you pay your medical bills and lost wages while you are out of work. It also protects you when…

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Returning to work after recovering from an accident can be both freeing and nerve-racking. After weeks of being stuck at home, enduring treatments, and focusing on physical therapy, the opportunity to get back to “normal” can feel invigorating. In addition…

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Some workers’ compensation claims are fairly straightforward and resolved in a cooperative manner between worker and employer. Then again, some others drag out with a surprising amount of conflict and confrontation. At the beginning, it’s hard to tell which way…

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Yes. In fact, most applications for Texas workers’ compensation benefits are not accepted on the first try. In reality, you may have to appeal one, two, or even three times before your application is approved and you start receiving benefits….

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