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Teenagers Are Protected by the Law Yes, you may still be able to recover fair workers’ compensation benefits even if you don’t remember all of the details of the work-related accident that left you injured. While the details of the…

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Yes, teenage workers may qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Age is not a factor in determining the legitimacy of workers’ compensation claims. Work-Related Injuries Are Common Among Teenagers Many teenagers have fast-paced, physically strenuous jobs, and a teenager’s first job…

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Yes, part-time workers are generally eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits in Texas. Even though part-time workers only receive part-time wages, they are still entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, this is only true if their employer has opted to…

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No, FMLA benefits are not the same as workers’ compensation benefits. The FMLA is a federal law requiring employers to give their employees time off to recover from serious health issues that prevent them from working. Workers’ compensation, on the…

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Generally, workers injured when a fight breaks out at their workplace are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, nearly two million workers are victims of workplace violence each year. Workplace Violence Injuries Most…

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An employee’s ability to reject an employment offer while still qualifying for workers’ compensation depends on the nature of the job being offered. Workers are never obligated to accept a job they don’t want, but rejecting a job offer may…

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No. You have the right to report safety hazards at work, without the fear of employer retaliation. Workers may report safety violations to both their employer and to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Workplace Safety Requirements OSHA regulations…

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Financial responsibility for your injuries is determined by a judge or jury if your case goes to trial; or through negotiations in the event of a settlement. There are numerous parties involved in a commercial trucking operation, and they’re all…

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