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Why Employers Should Help Workers Protect Their Hearing

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common work-related injuries, but it is also preventable. Workers who suffer from constant exposure to loud noises in the workplace can experience permanent damage to their hearing. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that over 22 million Americans are exposed to dangerous noise levels at

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Legal Options When Your Household’s Primary Earner Gets Injured

This content has been reviewed by Jason D. Stone Nearly two-thirds of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck. And at least one-third struggles to cover basic expenses, such as food, rent, and other financial obligations. These challenges aren’t only among people who earn less than the average median income. Just one financial setback can completely disrupt a person

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What If My Employer Doesn’t Carry Boston Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

This content has been reviewed by Jason D. Stone When you’re injured on the job, you’re typically entitled to compensation in the form of workers’ compensation benefits. However, there are a few circumstances in which an injured worker is not covered by an employer through workers’ comp insurance. If your employer doesn’t carry workers’ compensation

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What Workers Should Know About Employee Misclassification in Boston 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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