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Can I sue My Employer For Not Reporting My Injury?

Can I Sue My Employer For Not Reporting My Injury?

If you have been injured on the job and your employer has not reported your injury, you may have legal options. Generally, employers are required to report workplace injuries to the appropriate government agency or insurance company and to provide workers’ compensation benefits to any injured worker. In most cases, when an employee suffers a […]

Workers Compensation for Remote Workers

Workers Compensation for Remote Workers

Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that provides benefits to employees who suffer injuries or illnesses as a result of their work related injury. The specifics of workers compensation laws vary by jurisdiction, but in general, they are designed to provide medical expenses, wage replacement, and other benefits to an injured worker or if […]


Product Liability Statute Of Limitations

A product liability claim is a type of legal claim someone can make against a defective product that causes a personal injury or damage to personal property. Personal injury attorneys can help California consumers file a product liability claim for any personal injury they experience because of a defective product. California Product Liability Law California […]

Does Worker Comp Pay Lost Wages?

Does Worker Comp Pay Lost Wages?

Wage Loss Compensation Wage loss compensation is a type of workers comp pay that a person can recover in a workers compensation lawsuit. It is intended to compensate the plaintiff for any income or earnings that they have lost as a result of a work related injury. Pay for lost wages is an important part […]

Unpaid overtime in California

Unpaid Overtime in California

In California, wage and hour laws dictate that employers are generally required to pay their employees for all hours worked, including overtime hours. Overtime pay is generally required for any hours worked over 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week, and employees must be paid 1.5 times their regular hourly rate […]

Unequal Workload Discrimination

Unequal Workload Discrimination

Unfair treatment in the workplace is not permitted, and in some cases, could be viewed as workplace discrimination and/or workplace harassment. Employment discrimination can be a common issue affecting California workers and it can take many forms – gender identity discrimination, sexual harassment, discriminatory actions based off an employee’s health issues, disability, or other protected […]

retaliation in the workplace california

Workplace Retaliation In California

What is workplace retaliation? Under California labor laws, workplace retaliation refers to the actions an employer takes that punish and damage the career of their employees because they reported, complained, or took part in an investigation that supported illegal activity within the company and/or neglected employee rights. When there is a suspected violation by an […]