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What Is a Third-Party Liability Claim After a Workplace Injury?

Workers’ compensation benefits were designed to give workers a degree of financial security after work-related injuries. These benefits are effective because they don’t depend on proving the employer was at fault for the accident and they cover medical bills and part of a worker’s wage while the injured worker recovers. However, there are limitations on

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What Workers Should Know About Employee Misclassification in Massachusetts

Businesses in Massachusetts must adhere to both federal and state laws when paying and providing benefits to their employees. Some of the most important laws that dictate an employee’s benefits are those regarding the status of a worker. This includes both exempt and non-exempt statuses, as well as whether or not one is classified as

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A Bang-Up Job: Workplace Injuries in Massachusetts

Each year, thousands of Boston workers and tens of thousands of Massachusetts laborers are injured in job-related accidents or suffer work-related illnesses. And a closer look at the statistics reveals some interesting details about the most dangerous occupations and the most common types of workplace ailments. Massachusetts Workplace Injuries: By the Numbers In 2016—the most

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Boston Injury Lawyers Discuss Dangers of Job Site Equipment Contact

Companies who hire employees have a responsibility to protect their workers’ well-being at all times. Too often though, failure to meet such standards results in serious injuries or the untimely deaths of workers. The Boston Workers Compensation Lawyers with Jason Stone Injury Lawyers explain that a common, yet preventable, workplace hazard that results in a large

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Some Doctors Not Following Rules When Prescribing Painkillers

A recent study released by the Workers Compensation Research Institute has shown many doctors, including several in Massachusetts, are not following proper procedures and treatment guidelines when prescribing narcotic painkillers to injured workers. The Boston Globe reports that nearly one in 12 injured employees who were given prescription painkillers, like Oxycodone or Vicodin, were still taking

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