August 2018 Archives

Property owner liable for injuries suffered by tree trimmer


California employers are generally required to carry insurance that will pay any workers' compensation claims made by their employees, but what happens when a day worker is injured on the property of a person who does not carry such insurance? The California Court of Appeals answered that question in the case of a tree trimmer who was working for a contractor that did not have such insurance.

Worker's comp could affect Social Security Disability benefits


It is not uncommon for a Social Security Disability claim to spur from a workplace accident. However, many claimants do not realize that any worker's compensation funds received can reduce the amount of disability benefits to be received. The Social Security Administration offers a publication describing these rules in detail, which can be viewed here.

Trench collapse kills worker in Daly City


Working below ground is an unusually dangerous occupation. From miners to pipeline construction workers, the earth presents a constant hazard to anyone who descends below the surface. One of the biggest risks is the uncertain nature of the surrounding soil. Some soil deposits are naturally stable and present only a small risk to workers, while other types of soil are inherently unstable and threaten the worker with a high risk of collapse and injury or death.

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