1. Construction Industry Slows as Coronavirus Cases Increase in Miami

    Although Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced on March 19th that construction sites could remain open and in operation as they are considered to be an “essential business,” many projects are being slowed down as more and more cases of COVID-19 are recorded. On March 26th, the Miami Herald r…Read More

  2. What Does Florida Workers’ Comp Insurance Cover?

    The state of Florida requires employers to purchase workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. If you get hurt on the job or you end up suffering from a work-related illness, you have the right to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. While the extent of your benefits will d…Read More

  3. Here’s What You Should Know About Workers’ Comp

    People get injured in the workplace everyday. From slip-and-fall accidents in the kitchen to a back injury on a construction site, accidents happen all the time. Workers’ compensation insurance, also known as “workers comp,” provides compensation for an employee’s medical bills, lost wages o…Read More

  4. I Was Injured At Work! Now What?

    Being hurt on the job is no fun. If you have sustained a job-related injury, your employer may be responsible for helping you recover lost wages and medical bills. In fact, most states require employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance, which can help to pay an employee’s regular wages w…Read More

  5. Do I Need A Workers’ Comp Lawyer?

    If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be eligible for compensation for your pain and suffering or missed work. With the help of workers’ compensation insurance, you may be compensated for three things: medical bills, partial missed wages, and recovery costs. Workers’ comp, formally known …Read More