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Monthly Archives: April 2022

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According To The Workers’ Compensation Commission, Not Everyone Who Gets A 1099 Is An Independent Contractor

By Connolly Injury Law |

The percentage of employees who get health insurance benefits and the other legal protections afforded to full-time employees is getting smaller and smaller, even as Americans work more and more hours per week.  One of the strategies employers use to reduce costs is to classify as many workers as possible as independent contractors, even… Read More »

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Injuries To Baggage Handlers

By Connolly Injury Law |

When you look out the window of an airplane as it is ready to take off, you see members of the tarmac fleet in their brightly colored vests, loading and moving baggage carts and otherwise skillfully staying out of the way of the enormous airplanes.  Tarmac workers make their jobs look easy, but working… Read More »

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Work Injuries To Delivery Drivers

By Connolly Injury Law |

If you have bought anything from a store or had any purchases delivered to your home, you can thank a truck driver.  Driving a truck requires skill and constant attention to the truck and the road, but even the most cautious drivers who manage to avoid accidents are still vulnerable to work injuries.  Anyone… Read More »

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How Many Job Applications Have To Get Rejected Before Workers’ Compensation Is Convinced That You Are Unemployable?

By Connolly Injury Law |

Getting your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance to pay for the treatment of your work-related injuries is the easy part.  Sometimes the biggest disputes arise when injured workers and their employers disagree about the worker’s capacity for work after the injury after the worker reaches maximum medical improvement.  Some work injuries permanently affect one or… Read More »

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