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When Construction Workers are Injured on the Job | Polsky, Shouldice & Rosen

The construction industry is a major employer in the United States. Construction workers are the workforce for small builders as well as commercial developers. These employees are also subject to dangerous working conditions. In 2015, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) reported that 21.4 percent of private sector worker fatalities were in the construction

What is Vicarious Liability?

In layman terms, vicarious liability points to any situation where a person can be directly held responsible on the basis of the actions of another person. In such instances, even if the responsible person did not commit the act, the other person’s conduct will still reflect on them. Due to the various institutions that have

Be mindful of social media worker’s compensation

Social media has become a regular part of people’s lives. For many, posting a Facebook status or an Instagram picture is second nature, and we do it almost automatically. This automatic nature can create issues however if you aren’t careful what you post. The things you post on your social media profiles can be admissible

Should you file a worker’s compensation claim?

If you have been injured on the job, you might be scared. Whether the injury is minor or severe, being injured can lead to huge medical bills, lost wages, and may even have a negative effect on your ability to work. Everyone knows that they can file a worker’s compensation claim, but many hold fears

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