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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Workplace Toxic Substances and Their Effects on Employee Health

    Workers’ compensation is typically associated with physical on-the-job injuries, but occupational disease is a major risk for many employees. Some workers are consistently exposed to toxic chemicals that, over time, can lead to the development of cancer and other life-threatening conditions. Asbestos Asbestos is a mineral that was present in a number of workplaces for much of the 19 th century. It ...
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  • Does Workers’ Compensation Insurance Cover Employees Who Travel?

    Many workers are required to travel as a part of their job description: Visiting other offices, attending conferences, or completing off-site work is a responsibility for a number of employees around the country. Unfortunately, on-the-job injuries can occur in these other work sites just as easily as they can happen at an employee’s daily place of business. In these cases, will workers’ ...
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  • Top 7 Questions After a Workplace Injury

    As dedicated workers’ compensation attorneys, we hear a lot of questions from clients about the process of filing a claim. Although virtually all work-related injuries are covered under California’s workers’ compensation laws, there are many myths floating around out there about this program — and how to begin the process of seeking your benefits. At Humphrey & Associates, we’re here to help. ...
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  • Why You Don't Need to Prove Fault for Workers' Compensation

    Workplace injuries can cause a lot of stress and suffering, and prevent you from getting back into your normal routine for a long time to come. That’s exactly why workers’ compensation laws were put in place: To protect workers from these situations, and ensure that they have adequate income for costly medical expenses and time off work. Unfortunately, many eligible workers incorrectly believe ...
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