Times are Changing: Emotional Trauma at Work
Feeling pressured to work long hours or lacking control at work, for long durations, can devastating effects like heart conditions, aggravated diabetes, hypertension, as well as other ailments. If you are reading then this may be your situation. Let our Stress Related Injury Attorneys help you. Give us a call at 818-609-7005
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Times are Changing: Emotional Trauma at Work
28 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
Finding a job is the vain of our existence. As children we see our parents go to and from work all the while complaining about being there yet they go back every time. Rarely do you hear about parents who loved their jobs or sang praises about their jobs. Finding a job you love and … READ MORE
Work Injuries: Beyond the Physical
28 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
The Internet is a blessing and a curse. The internet allows us to search endlessly for answers to a myriad of questions. It is a highway for electronic communication that enables us to move information quickly and efficiently. Almost all communication is via email or some kind of internal messenger program. During the work day, … READ MORE
Workers Compensation: Plan of Action
22 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
Jobs are our security, livelihood, and at times our identity. We typically know the physical risks of our job, but accidents happen. When they happen it is important that you follow the rules in order to make an effective workers compensation claim.  This is not an easy process. Our Workers Compensation Attorneys at Kropach & … READ MORE
Hiding the Truth: Work Injuries
21 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
Blue collar work is the heart of this country. As a society we cannot function without our homes or places of work being built, our roadways renovated, our food served, or our groceries stocked. These jobs require to rely on excelled skilled base learning. For example, the entertainment industry relies heavily on skilled workers to … READ MORE
Workers Compensation Shouldn’t Be a Fight
15 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
Every job starts with orientation, well at least most do. These orientations do just that: they orient you to the workplace culture and safety procedures. The reason for this is so that throughout your job in the company you are well aware of the safety procedures. This, in theory, is good, but we all know … READ MORE
Did you know that you may not have to wait months to receive Social Security disability benefits after a workplace injury? That is because in California and all across the United States, you, as a worker who has been injured in the workplace, may qualify for the compassionate allowance, also known as CAL. Depending on … READ MORE
Lung disease is one of the most conditions that entitle you to receive workers’ compensation benefits in Los Angeles and elsewhere in California. Indeed, our lungs and the respiratory system as a whole are vital for our overall health. In certain work environment, workers expose themselves to respiratory injuries and lung diseases, the consequences of … READ MORE
How does workers compensation work?
7 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
Getting injured on the job can be an extremely traumatic experience. It’s nothing anyone plans for. Your medical bills will start lining up and often times the insurance company doesn’t pay out as they should. It’s unfair. The workers compensation insurance policy is meant to cover employees with wage replacement and medical expenses. Other things … READ MORE
What you must do to prove a wrongful death claim?
1 Sep 2018 | William J. Kropach
When your loved one dies unexpectedly, it can very shocking and emotional. When your loved one dies due to the carelessness of another, then it can really take a toll and be frustrating. You are emotionally torn. You may be able to make a wrongful death claim. In order to bring this claim, there are … READ MORE
The Los Angeles Times’ recent article on workers compensation unfairly used the actions of a few to put all public safety officers in a bad light. My story tells you why. I was a police officer with the City of Montclair. I loved my job and would give anything to still be working as a … READ MORE