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The popularity of self-employment continues to grow. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 15 million people were self-employed during 2015. Just like employees, self-employed individuals injured in vehicle accidents are entitled to receive compensation. Typically, employees can easily…

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When a child dies due to someone’s misconduct or negligence in Texas, surviving members of his or her family may pursue a wrongful death claim against the responsible party. While no amount of money can ever truly compensate a parent…

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When you’re severely injured in a work-related accident, your physical wounds aren’t the only injuries that need to heal. Unfortunately, once the physical trauma mends, your employer and co-workers will assume that since you’re physically capable of returning that you’ll…

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Texas personal injury attorney sees individuals with construction injuries of all types, from electrical shocks to injuries from faulty equipment. However, some types of injuries are more common than others. Falls are the most common type of injury on a…

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The simple answer is “No, you can’t lose a potential promotion due to a job injury claim.” In fact, it’s illegal to discriminate against workers who assert their legal rights under workers’ compensation. In other words, you can’t be fired…

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If you suffer injuries while on the job, you possibly may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation in Texas, regardless of where the fault lies. There are a few situations that may exempt you from benefits, though, which can be fully…

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Workers’ compensation covers only work-related injuries. These are injuries sustained during the ordinary course of employment. Work-Related Injuries Workers’ compensation covers only injuries that are suffered while an employee is doing something on behalf of his employer. While most work-related…

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Hard hats are important and in many cases legally required for construction workers. Federal regulations require that “Employees working in areas where there is a possible danger of head injury from impact, or from falling or flying objects, or from…

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