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Breaking down “the Fatal Four”
Like many practitioners in the construction industry, your decision to pursue such a line of work may be largely due to the unique environment you get to operate in. Indeed, the construction site offers a great deal of freedom compared to the traditional workplace. Yet as many of our past clients here at the Mitchell […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| November 9, 2020

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Could you die from a work-related issue off the clock?
When you think of a work injury, you likely think about accidents while working that hurt you physically. You may think about breaking your arm or falling and injuring your back. While these are great examples of work-related injuries in California, they are not the only type of injury that exist. Sometimes, a work injury […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| December 12, 2019

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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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What is a utilization review?
When you get benefits through workers’ compensation for medical treatment for a work-related injury or illness, it does not give you a blank check to get any medical treatment you want. You have to follow the rules and guidelines set by the workers’ compensation system and the law in California. This means every treatment or […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| October 24, 2019

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