Tag Archives: Worker

Jury rules in favor of Home Depot worker in wrongful termination case

Just because a person is disabled does not mean they must stop working. Under disability law, employers are required to discuss reasonable accommodations with disabled employees. A reasonable accommodation can be any type of assistance that helps the employee continue … Continue reading

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Transforming Associates from Worker Bees to Rainmakers in 6 Steps

The key to survival is making the transition from a worker bee lawyer to a rainmaker, which can be done in six steps. Fortunately, business development is a learned skill and is not necessarily an inborn trait. Read more detail … Continue reading

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Former BNSF Worker Awarded $1.63M Over Falling Rail Rack, Beating $50K Settlement Offer

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Massachusetts Court Reverses Order Denying Benefits Based on Judge’s Impermissible Findings Regarding Liability and Injured Worker Credibility

There are countless rules that apply to workers’ compensation proceedings, especially when it comes to what the judge can consider when ruling on an issue in the claim. Having a seasoned Boston work injury lawyer on your side to help … Continue reading

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Former Maintenance Worker Takes BNSF To Trial Over Injuries From Falling Rail Rack

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