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William J. Kropach

With more than 25,000 sites across America, nearly 6.5 million people are employed by the construction industry. While one of our largest industries, it also has one of our highest fatality rates. Construction workers encounter potential dangers every day. One of the leading concerns contractors and employees face is hazardous materials like dust, fumes, and […]

William J. Kropach

Almost 50% of the nation’s farmworkers reside in California. The farming industry is labor-intensive and employs large numbers of people on a temporary or seasonal basis. The pay is low and the work is hard. Most of the labor laws protecting workers in other industries do not apply to farm workers. The work can involve […]

William J. Kropach

There are a few inherently dangerous jobs. Railroad workers frequently encounter hazards on the job. Workers can be exposed to toxic chemicals, high-voltage electricity, slips, and falls that can cost a worker their lives. The Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach know that filing a workers compensation death claim is the last thing on a […]

William J. Kropach

Many companies have come under scrutiny due to high workplace injuries. In 2019, UPS was trending as one of the biggest culprits with accusations that the company played down injuries’ seriousness. Walmart has always been on the list, working many employees just under full-time, evading full-time employee costs. Recently, Amazon has come under such examination. […]

William J. Kropach

America is a country run on capitalism. That means you need a job to stay abreast in this economy. But what happens if you are injured on the job? How can you stay a productive worker in society if you are injured? Our workers compensation attorneys in Los Angeles at the Law Offices of Kropach […]

William J. Kropach

In the perilous time of COVID-19, essential workers are forced to go into work or face unemployment. When you hear essential workes you might think of doctors or other medical staff, but we commonly do not think of people working in grocery stores or people making deliveries as “essential” but they fall under that heading. […]

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