Workers Comp Topics

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Woman Warriors Fight for Fair Compensation.

By | January 18th, 2013|Categories: Workers Comp Topics|

Our experience has shown that when it comes to standing up for their rights, women tend to be somewhat more aggressive and tenacious than men. One needs to look no further than to the fervor that women demonstrated in their attempt to obtain the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony drafted the amendment to grant women the right to vote in 1878. The amendment passed in 1920. For forty-two years, women fought tirelessly and relentlessly, and they did not stop fighting until they obtained that which they knew was right – a Constitutional Amendment stating that no person should be denied the right to vote based upon their gender. Such is the power of women’s convictions. Women’s desire to be treated fairly and have their rights protected is consistently demonstrated in the workplace as well. Women have fought long and hard to earn equal pay for equal work and that fight continues today. Additionally, women who are injured in the workplace will generally be extremely determined and persistent in fighting for the compensation that they know they deserve. […]

What are VA Disability Compensation Rates?

By | September 21st, 2012|Categories: Workers Comp Topics|

The VA disability compensation rates are dependent on the percentage in which the veteran has been deemed disabled. The VA disability compensation rates will take the condition or injury and determine from that standpoint how much function the veteran has left and how much they can do. […]