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  • What Do You Need to Know If You're Working Construction & You Get Hurt
    What Do You Need to Know If You're Working Construction & You Get Hurt

    No one plans to get caught in a bad construction accident while working construction, yet it happens all the time and to even the most veteran construction workers in the industry. In fact, according ...

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  • Statute of Limitations on Workers' Compensation Filings in Florida
    Statute of Limitations on Workers' Compensation Filings in Florida

    When you suffer an injury while completing a work-related task in Florida, you should be able to file for workers’ compensation , assuming your employer is legally required to purchase workers’ ...

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  • Common Worker Injuries Post Hurricane
    Common Worker Injuries Post Hurricane

    The devastation to property following a hurricane is not the only unfortunate post-hurricane consequence. A great number of workplace injuries occur after a hurricane as a result of clean up and ...

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  • Touby, Chait & Sicking, PL Participate in Speaking Engagement
    Touby, Chait & Sicking, PL Participate in Speaking Engagement

    Two of our founding attorneys, Mark Touby and Richard Chait , participated in the Executive Council Long Range Planning Retreat for the Workers’ Compensation Section of The Florida Bar. It was held ...

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  • The 10 Most Common Workplace Injuries
    The 10 Most Common Workplace Injuries

    Employers everywhere spend a ton of money every year on programs and procedures designed to increase the safety of their workplace. Despite the high number of rules and regulations designed to limit ...

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  • Common Reasons Workers' Comp Claims Are Denied
    Common Reasons Workers' Comp Claims Are Denied

    From 2015 to 2016, people filed 152,082 workers’ comp claims, and about 14% of them were rejected. If there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported in 2015, ...

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