Blog Posts in January, 2017

  • 30-Jan-2017

    Be Mindful of Corruption Affecting Your Workers' Compensation Claim

    In an ideal world, all employers will want only the best for their employees. If a worker gets hurt while performing on-the-job duties, they should get as much workers’ compensation coverage from their employer or that employer’s ...
  • 26-Jan-2017

    Workers' Compensation Claims Following Exposure to Toxic Chemicals

    Employees working in a variety of industries and fields may encounter dangerous toxic chemicals on a regular basis. So long as all safety precautions are followed and good practices are upheld by supervisors and management, toxic substances should ...
  • 20-Jan-2017

    Putting Workers First

    Love him or hate him, everyone has an opinion about our new President Donald Trump. Lost in the endless commentary is a key point made by Trump - American workers get screwed when lawmakers protect corporate profits instead of hardworking people. ...
  • 17-Jan-2017

    Attorney Martin to Moderate "Finding a Doctor on the MPN" Panel

    Attorney Thomas F. Martin is proud to have been selected to moderate a panel at the upcoming California Applicants’ Attorney’s Association convention in San Diego! On the morning of Saturday, January 28 th, Attorney Martin will lead a ...
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