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I’ve Been Hurt on the Job: Who Pays?

The state of New York has a set of laws known as Workers’ Compensation that provides employees with medical coverage and financial compensation while they recover from injuries received from employment. In most cases, the insurance carrier pays for the injuries as long as there’s no denial or dispute over the cause of the injury. But what happens Read More

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Don’t Go It Alone! 5 Dangerous Pitfalls of Filing Bankruptcy Without a Lawyer

Are you considering filing bankruptcy? If so, you’re not alone. Over 700,000 people file bankruptcy a year in the United States. If you’re having serious financial issues, don’t file your own bankruptcy. Check out five of the most dangerous pitfalls of filing bankruptcy without a lawyer. 1. Understanding the Paperwork When you’re filing bankruptcy on your Read More

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Hurt on the Job? The Dos and Don’ts of Dealing with a Work Injury

Did you know that a worker is injured on the job every seven seconds? That’s 510 injuries per hour, or 12,300 per day. Neck and back pain, muscle strains, cuts, and falls are all common in the workplace. Some industries have higher rates of injury than others. Construction, manufacturing, shipping, and transportation are just a Read More

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