Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Administrative Process for Workplace Discrimination Claims

Before you can file a lawsuit for workplace discrimination, there is an administrative process you must follow. This is important to know because the applicable deadlines for filing these types of administrative complaints are far shorter than the typical time limits associated with lawsuits. Failing to follow these procedures and file a timely charge with […]

The Administrative Process for Workplace Discrimination Claims

Before you can file a lawsuit for workplace discrimination, there is an administrative process you must follow. This is important to know because the applicable deadlines for filing these types of administrative complaints are far shorter than the typical time limits associated with lawsuits. Failing to follow these procedures and file a timely charge with […]

What Workers’ Comp Benefits are Available?

The workers’ compensation benefits you receive depend upon the nature of your injury and the extent to which it prevents you from working. Understanding the types of benefits and how they are determined is essential to planning your own finances and deciding when to settle your workers’ compensation claim. Benefits available to injured workers fall […]

What Workers’ Comp Benefits are Available?

The workers’ compensation benefits you receive depend upon the nature of your injury and the extent to which it prevents you from working. Understanding the types of benefits and how they are determined is essential to planning your own finances and deciding when to settle your workers’ compensation claim. Benefits available to injured workers fall […]

Non-Traumatic Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Establishing the work-related nature of your injury is often the first of many challenges that a workers’ compensation claimant in Florida faces. In many cases, this is not much of a problem. If you were injured in a traumatic incident, it is usually clear that the injury was work-related. However, a large number of very […]

Non-Traumatic Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Establishing the work-related nature of your injury is often the first of many challenges that a workers’ compensation claimant in Florida faces. In many cases, this is not much of a problem. If you were injured in a traumatic incident, it is usually clear that the injury was work-related. However, a large number of very […]

Beware of Non-Compete Clauses in Your Employment or Severance Agreement

Accepting a new job is always an exciting time. Similarly, leaving an existing job can be exciting or stressful depending on the circumstances. In either case, it can be easy to overlook the fine print on your employment or severance agreement. If you notice that a non-compete clause or similar language has been included, however, […]

How to Talk to Your Employer about Reasonable Accommodation

Two of the central provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are the dual requirements that employers not discriminate against employees or applicants with disabilities as long as they can perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation and that employers provide such accommodations upon request. Beyond the clear purpose of preventing […]

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