Month: November 2019

San Diego – Los Angeles Workers’ Compensation Blog

What is the state of safety in the marijuana industry?
With the legalization of marijuana in several states, including California, there is a new industry being born. This brings to light new challenges, such as managing and monitoring the safety within this industry. Keeping workers safe is something every employer must strive to do, but since the industry is just beginning, there is no set […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| November 25, 2019

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How to file a workers’ comp claim in California
When you suffer an injury on the job that prevents you from working, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation insurance payments. You must take action as soon as possible to avoid missing the deadline to file a claim, however. Follow these steps to file a workers’ compensation claim in California: Report your injury Depending on […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| November 22, 2019

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Do you have a traumatic brain injury?
As a worker in California who has received a blow to the head, you could end up having to deal with a brain injury. Though these injuries can vary in severity, it is best to treat any brain injury seriously. Traumatic brain injuries in particular can have a lasting impact on your health, well-being and […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| November 8, 2019

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Traumatic brain injuries: What you should know
Traumatic brain damage is one of the most common workplace injuries in the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, traumatic brain injuries kill 155 people every day. Over the course of a year, 2.87 million people were hospitalized, went to the emergency room or died as a result of their injuries. […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| November 4, 2019

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