A 2021 study by the Insurance Research Council found that more than 20% of Florida drivers are uninsured. Mississippi has the highest percentage of uninsured drivers, a statistic that correlates with having
Most Florida businesses must purchase workers’ compensation coverage for employees who are injured at work. Only a limited number of employers are exempt from that requirement. The most common exemption applies
Injury victims have the right to pursue compensation. Unless a request for compensation can be settled out of court, victims must make a formal claim. In some cases, they do so by filing a lawsuit. In other cases, including claims
Workers who are injured while working as longshoremen or in other harbor-based occupations have the right to make a claim for compensation under the Longshore Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA).
Workers in nearly all occupations are covered by workers’ compensation laws. Most employees are covered by workers’ compensation programs that state laws require employers to provide. Longshoremen, harbor workers
Florida workers who need medical treatment after being injured on the job are almost always entitled to workers’ compensation. Unless they are covered by federal laws that govern specific industries or occupations
Florida workers are almost always entitled to compensation for workplace injuries. Some employees receive that compensation after filing a workers’ compensation petition for benefits with the State of Florida.
We have learned a lot about ourselves and our country in this pandemic. With regard to work, we learned one big lesson – there are many jobs (possibly your own) that you can do from the comfort of your own home.
His name is Larry. He is an experienced electrician, and he suffers from a hearing disability. Given his experience, Larry is in charge of a team of electricians, and his responsibility is to take the list of daily work sites, travel to the sites with his team
Our culture’s promise of new technologies makes us believe that those technologies come with a promise of a healthier world, healthier living spaces, and healthier workplaces. But, sadly, that is not always the case. The forward thrust of technology does not always come with a surge in things that are better for our bodies and minds.