Workers compensation in Idaho can be difficult to understand, which is why Idaho workers compensation lawyers dedicate so much time to studying the law. Not every question has an easy answer that can be summarized in a few short sentences, but these are some of the most common and the most important. If you’ve been […]
Reading through the official laws on workers comp—or any laws, for that matter—is a great way to give yourself a headache. Save yourself the trouble and let us dive in for you. Let’s briefly go over and demystify Utah’s workers comp laws on a very basic level, and how those laws might affect you. Utah […]
In the past year, a statewide audit of Utah businesses found that 83% of companies were properly classifying Utah workers according to state law. To put it another way, roughly 17% of companies in Utah were in at least one violation of fair and legal worker treatment. Those businesses may have improperly classified employees as […]
You’re hurt at work. Surely, your company will have your back and help cover your medical bills—right? But that’s not always the case. Time and time again, solid workers comp claims are flat-out denied, leaving people like you totally lost and angry. Let’s take a look at the most common reasons why workers comp claims […]
Need a workers compensation attorney, but don’t know where to begin? Look no further.
Finding a workers comp lawyer in Idaho or Utah isn’t actually that hard, but taking the first step can be confusing. Let’s take a look at the calling cards of a bright, dedicated attorney, and how you can land the best lawyer for YOUR workers comp case.
Are you curious whether you even need an attorney at all to represent your case? The fact is, you may be able to successfully represent yourself without needing a workers comp lawyer. Many people take this route every year—but there is a catch.
Most people who go down the path of self-representation do so for a handful of reasons, which have to do with their injury’s severity and how much their employer decides to cooperate.
Whether your injury or illness happened at work forms the basis of your worker’s compensation claim. Every day, people are shocked to find out that—according to their employer—their injury doesn’t count as ‘work-related.’
But how can that be? Let’s take a look at some common situations that happen at work, and how they could affect your workers comp case.
One of the issues with the workers comp process that really grinds my gears are these so-called ‘independent medical evaluations.’
You can probably guess what that means, and you might have gone through one yourself after a work-related injury. But if not, let me tell you what goes on at one of these ‘evaluations.’