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Recent Posts in Workplace Violence Category

  • Why Doctor Choice Matters Following Job-Related Injuries

    Choosing the Right Doctor After Sustaining a Work-Related Injury Selecting a good doctor is perhaps the most important decision you will make during your workers’ compensation case. In some cases, you may not have much of a say as to who evaluates and treats your work-related injuries or illnesses. However, when possible, it is essential to your well-being that you thoughtfully select a doctor, ...
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  • Can I Get Workers’ Comp for PTSD?

    Workers’ Compensation and Mental Illness Mental health conditions are recognized as legitimate injuries. You may be able to recover workers’ compensation benefits if you have developed a mental health condition as a result of your work environment, job-related responsibilities, or a harmful workplace incident. Should this happen to you, you must take action right away by talking to your physician ...
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  • Can I Get Workers' Comp if I'm Injured by a Coworker?

    Who Is Responsible if a Coworker Hurts Me? Sometimes relationships between coworkers go sour, to the point that one deliberately hurts another. This can occur in somewhat hidden ways, such as attempting to trip someone or failing to exercise the same level of care around them, and it can also take the form of outright malicious violence. Regardless of whether your coworker went out of their way to ...
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  • Recovering Workers' Compensation for Workplace Violence in Orange County

    Workers' safety or lack thereof is the primary point of discussion in workers' compensation cases. Working in nearly any industry holds certain risks, but your employer is expected to look out for your health and safety, especially in regards to any known hazards associated with your job function. This includes taking precautions in their hiring process and working to prevent unnecessary violence ...
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