‘How Will the Government Shutdown Affect My Workers’ Compensation Case?’
During the government shutdown, the Department of Labor may choose to suspend all inspections of workplaces except those that involve fatalities or immediate hazards. Let our Los Angeles workers’ compensation lawyer from Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach help you with your case. Call our offices at 818-609-7005 today.
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If you were injured at work and are receiving workers’ compensation benefits for your work-related injury or illness, you have most likely heard about a partial government shutdown that began on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018. After all, there isn’t much you can do at home while recovering from a work-related injury or illness other than … READ MORE
If you are trying to file a workers’ comp claim after suffering an on-the-job injury, but have trouble figuring out a name for your occupation, congratulations, you have reached a dead end. Depending on your particular occupation at the time of your workplace injury, you may be able to exercise certain rights and be entitled … READ MORE
With Christmas just around the corner, thousands of Americans take on seasonal employment to earn extra bucks during the holiday season. Contrary to the popular belief, people dressed as Santa are not the only seasonal workers who enter the workforce during the year’s most festive period. In fact, many companies all across California are on … READ MORE
Stressing Out Can Cause Real Injuries
14 Dec 2018 | William J. Kropach
Having a stress-free job is almost non existent. In fact having a stress free life is non existent. But, science says that having a little stress is healthy. In fact, there is good stress and bad stress. Good stress can be motivating. For example, you have a marketing pitch to make in a week in … READ MORE
Construction Workers Compensation Needed
8 Dec 2018 | William J. Kropach
California is home to over 1 million jobs in construction. These jobs vary from managers to engineers to painters and maintenance crews. The industry is booming as the housing market is on the upswing and cities are ever expanding. From skyscrapers to housing developments to road repair, it is hard to miss construction workers as … READ MORE
We know that getting hurt at work is not something you spend much time thinking about, that is until it happens. If you have been injured at work, you are not alone. Last year there were nearly three million workplace illness or injuries reported to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Most of the time, we … READ MORE
We know that this is never something you wanted to be dealing with. If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another person, you need to know where to turn for help. At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, out knowledgeable and experienced team understands the area of law behind … READ MORE
Accidents in the workplace are not uncommon. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics tells us that there were 2.8 million workplace illnesses and injuries reported in 2017. While most of these are minor incidents, there are plenty of workplace accidents that are serious and require major medical care. Regardless of whether a workplace incident … READ MORE
What Does Emotional Stress Look Like?
24 Nov 2018 | William J. Kropach
Employers are looking for workers with real commitment. The easiest way to show commitment is through working as many hours as possible through the week and making yourself as accessible to your job as humanly possible. We do this because we want our job to know that we are devoted workers who are willing to … READ MORE
6 Common On the Job Injuries
23 Nov 2018 | William J. Kropach
Every job requires both mental and physical activity. Some jobs require more mental than physical or vice versa. Regardless of where you job lies in the spectrum, your ability to be injured on the job is just the same; it just may look different. Typical on the job injuries look like falling or straining something. … READ MORE