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Monthly Archives: October 2023


How Much Money Does Workers’ Comp Pay?

By Kobal Law |

If a job injury victim has a temporary disability, workers’ compensation usually replaces two-thirds of lost wages, until a doctor clears the victim to return to work. Slightly different rules apply if the victim has a permanent disability. The amount of lost wage replacement usually depends on the nature and extent of the disability…. Read More »

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What Causes Vehicle Collisions?

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Some form of driver error causes over 98 percent of the car crashes in Florida. Sometimes, this driver error is a wrong-place-at-the-wrong-time mistake. Usually, however, this error is negligence, or a lack of care. Most drivers have a duty of reasonable care. They must be at their best, physically, mentally, and otherwise, when they… Read More »

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A Closer Look at Workers’ Comp and Fair Debt Violations

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Work-related trauma injuries and occupational diseases are very difficult to recover from. Many care providers make this process even harder. They demand payment for medical services, even though the Florida Workers’ Compensation Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act expressly prohibit such demands. Sadly, many job injury victims give into these demands, mostly… Read More »

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What are Three Types of Workers’ Compensation Claims and the Differences Among Them?

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That’s a very long question and one we normally don’t see on Google. However, lots of people ask it, so we’ll address it in this post. All three types of workers’ compensation claims are part of the Grand Bargain of the early 1900s. Back then, most workplaces were very dangerous and job injuries were… Read More »

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