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Nonprofits and Workers’ Compensation

No one is safe from an on-the-job accident. While some occupations have far greater risks than others, that does not mean a person working in an office rather than in construction, for example, is at no risk of an injury. The world of nonprofit organizations runs the gamut, and it is critical that such organizations » Read More


Workers at Risk for Debilitating Foot and Ankle Injuries

Despite sounding somewhat minor, foot and ankle injuries can be debilitating. They can occur as the result of a single incident (acute), or from repetitive movement/overuse (chronic). They can occur anywhere – even the workplace. Foot and ankle injuries can severely affect and even limit a worker’s ability to do their job. In fact, in » Read More


Workers’ Compensation FAQ

Workers’ Compensation is a complex and always evolving insurance system that seeks to compensate workers when they are injured or get sick on the job. It is a form of no-fault insurance, allowing injured workers to readily obtain benefits. On the other end, it protects employers from being sued for worker injuries. In concept, the » Read More


Injured on the Job

 Workplace accidents happen to people from all walks of life and can disrupt and devastate the injured employee’s quality of living. If you are injured on the job and disabled, one common question is: Can you receive both Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)? While the answer is yes, there is key information » Read More


Clearing Snow for USPS Safety

It is that time of year again. If the early cold is any indication, this could be quite a snowy year. Although everyone struggles with the possibility of slipping, falling, and being injured during slippery weather, those who work outdoors are especially susceptible to snow and ice-related injuries. That is why the United States Postal » Read More

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