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Can’t-Miss Steps Involved in Filing for Workers’ Comp

After you have been injured on the job, you will likely file for workers’ comp in an effort to gain the financial compensation you will need to support yourself and your family while your injuries heal. Unfortunately, many injured workers make mistakes early on in the process that results in their claims being denied. To […]

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What Records Should You Keep When You Have an Accident at Work?

Having an accident at work can be a nightmare. Your injury itself might impact your ability to keep an income going, but there might also be hostile feelings between yourself and others you work with. That can all be before the paperwork even starts. Still, you need to know what records should be kept when […]

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What to Prepare to Get Compensation for a Workplace Injury

Getting injured at work is a very scary situation. Injuries can change the course of your life forever. Some may even lead to lifelong disability. Ultimately, what happened needs to be compensated by your company. But to apply for workers’ compensation, it is essential to prepare. Here are some steps that you should follow to […]

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Is Workers Comp Insurance Cheaper Than a Claim

If an employee is injured or sick on the job, workers’ compensation insurance pays for medical care, partial missed earnings, and other benefits. It is essential insurance coverage that is required by most states for businesses. Workers’ compensation is more expensive in industries with more significant risks of accident or illness at work, such as […]

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What To Expect When An Employee Files For Workers’ Comp

As an employer, you do all you can to keep your employees safe while on the job. However, accidents can happen from time to time. When they do and your employee decides their injuries are serious enough to have them filing for workers’ compensation, your life as an employer can quickly get far more difficult […]

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Seeking Compensation When Age Is a Factor

Older employees who claim workers’ compensation find it surprising to learn that their age can affect the outcome of their claim. The issue is becoming more serious as we see more workers extending their careers a few years before retiring. Many older individuals are still in the workforce. Nevertheless, these older workers face greater challenges […]

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Little-Known Facts About Workplace Negligence

Workplace accidents happen all too often. They can lead to permanent disability, the end of a career, or even death. They can forever change the lives of a family. What’s even worse is that many of them never should have happened in the first place. They only occurred due to negligence. If you believe you […]

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Can Workers’ Comp Cover Remote Workers?

Remote operations are increasingly commonplace. Yours may be among the many businesses making hybrid and remote working a permanent part of operations. This can be a positive approach for all concerned. But there are still areas of the practice in which companies and their staff are uncertain of the protocols. One of these issues surrounds […]

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How Long Does It Take to Receive Compensation for a Work Accident?

If you find yourself in a work accident, you deserve compensation for your time, medical costs, and suffering. But you may be wondering—how long does this process take? The timeframe for when you can expect payment for work-related accidents is dependent on the type of claim, the severity of the injuries, and how you choose […]

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How To Get Compensation for Worksite Injuries

If you’ve sustained an injury at work, you might wonder how to get compensation for your troubles. Even if the accident doesn’t seem like a big deal, it’s important to know your rights. Being injured at work is stressful enough; you don’t need the additional burden of worrying about being compensated for your time off […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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