Physically And Financially Healing From Workplace Injuries
An alarming study finds that about 44 percent of residents not just in Alabama but across the country do not have enough of a financial safety net in the form of savings and liquid assets to remain above poverty for more than three months in the event that their income was eliminated.
5 Keys to a Successful Worker’s Comp Claim
These 5 key points will assist you in getting the the maximum possible amount of benefits to which you are entitled.
State fines warehouse operator $1.3 million
A state agency has issued more than $1.3 million in fines and penalties against the operators of a Chino distribution center, alleging that the employer failed to pay overtime and provide lunch breaks to hundreds of workers.
Man charged with workers’ comp fraud
A Fontana landscaper who was hit by a tree branch and was collecting insurance benefits, but was seen working two years later, has been charged with workers’ compensation fraud and perjury, the San Bernardino County district attorney’s office announced Friday, Jan. 11.
Windsor Foods in Riverside is closing
A food-processing factory near downtown Riverside that has been churning out product for more than six decades is winding down its operations and closing, putting about 120 people out of work.