September 2019 Archives

California moves to protect gig workers, Uber and Lyft resist

The state of California wants to change the way "gig" workers are regarded. Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed a law that could require many companies to classify more workers as employees instead of independent contractors. However, the law is largely designed to affect companies like Lyft and Uber.

Pushing for the treatment you need in your workers' comp. case

Suffering a serious injury at work can cause all kinds of complications. For example, you may have to miss many weeks or months of work while you recover from your injuries. It may only be possible to return to your job after substantial treatment and therapy. For some people, it may never be possible to return to the same role they once filled within the company, meaning that they will always make less money.

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