OSHA Resumes Enforcement in Areas Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

When Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf Coast as a Category 4 hurricane in late August, it brought total chaos and destruction with it. As a result, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was forced to cease most programmed enforcement actions until mid-October. As of October 12, OSHA has officially resumed normal enforcement

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The Relationship between Social Security Disability Insurance and Workers’ Comp Benefits

Workers’ compensation benefits and Social Security Disability Benefits are two of the most commonly accessed and utilized forms of disability in America. However, it is important to understand that they are not mutually exclusive to each other. One can easily affect the other, and it often requires the guidance and support of an experienced attorney

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Missouri is Preparing for Lower Workers’ Comp Insurance Rates

Governor Nixon of Missouri has reason to celebrate, and so do businesses across the Show Me State. Thanks to many years of investments into workplace safety and workforce training, workers’ compensation insurance costs have continued to slide down. While rates have decreased nearly 10 percent in the last three years, the Missouri Department of Insurance

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