Worker compensation

What Jobs are Riskier for Workers to Suffer an Injury?

Posted in Worker compensation on October 5, 2021

Thousands of accidents happen at workplaces across the United States each year, leading to painful injuries and devastating fatalities. Although anyone could fall victim to a workplace accident, certain jobs are at a higher risk of personal injury than others. If you are injured while on the job, you have the right to pursue compensation… read more

Workplace Accident Without Workers’ Compensation: Texas Non-Subscriber Employer

Posted in Personal Injury,Worker compensation on May 26, 2021

If you are injured at work, you can face significant hardship. You may need to pay for extensive medical care, lose weeks of wages, or be unable to return to your previous position at all. In many cases, Texas employees have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim to recover benefits that can help… read more

Injured on the Job? The First Steps You Need to Take If You’ve Been Hurt at Work

Posted in Worker compensation on March 10, 2020

If you’ve been injured on the job in Texas, one of the most important steps you can take is to educate yourself about your situation. While it is important to know more about your workers’ compensation claims process, learning what other options you have can put you ahead of the curve. While the McAllen workplace… read more

Don’t Let Your Employer Take Advantage of You! What Workers Should Know About Overtime Laws in Texas

Posted in Worker compensation on September 4, 2019

A person’s hard work is something that should always be valued and rewarded financially. Sometimes, in order to get ahead in a job or catch up on work, it’s necessary to work extra hours. However, that additional work deserves compensation.  It is common knowledge that in Texas, workers are entitled to overtime pay after 40… read more

Workers’ Compensation: What You Need To Know

Posted in Worker compensation on August 20, 2019

Virtually every state in the United States, requires employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance, usually set up either through a third party insurance carrier or through the employer’s self-insured program. Texas, however, isn’t one of them.  While this may be beneficial to some, what about those that have been injured on the job and whose… read more