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By Richard Irwin |

After being injured on the job it is recommended that you always do the following: Notify your employer that you hurt yourself. Why? Because, even when you think you may have a minor injury, you may find out that as time progressed, so does the condition.  Your delay and/or failure to report can then… Read More »

Legal Issues When Returning to Work Post-COVID

By Jean-Simon Serrano |

As people throughout the United States are getting the COVID-19 vaccine and the virus is slowing down, workplaces are opening back up again. Now, you may face legal issues when returning to work post-COVID. If you get hurt or sick at work, there could be repercussions for your employer, as you may be entitled… Read More »


By Richard Irwin |

Here’s Our Wishes for you This New Year. 1. That you have a small Worker’s Compensation Case. Typically, the greater your injuries, the greater your permanent disability and the greater  your settlement. It would be wrong to ever wish a large settlement upon someone as that would be the equivalent of wishing that they… Read More »


By Dennis Stout |

In California, state government entities/and employees are not immune from personal injury or other tort liability unless expressly provided for by statute. Generally, the immunities are contained in the California Tort Claims Act, however, others are distributed throughout various California Codes.  There is no liability for an entity or employee in the absence of… Read More »

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