En la mayoría de los casos, la ley del Estado de Washington establece que un trabajador no puede demandar a su empleador, o a un compañero de trabajo, por una lesión laboral cubierta por el Departamento de Labor e Industrias del Estado de Washington (L&I). Veam...
En la mayoría de los casos, la ley del Estado de Washington dice que un trabajador no puede demandar al empleador —o compañero de trabajo— por una lesión laboral que cubre el Departamento de Trabajo e Industrias del Estado de Washington (Department of Labor and Industries, L&I). Analice...
In most cases, Washington State law says that a worker cannot sue his or her employer—or co-worker—for a job injury covered by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I). Let’s break down how the law works and what you can claim. What Qualifies As An L&I Claim? ...
Can You Sue Your Employer In Washington State? It’s hard to know what your options are when you have a work-related injury. Although you can’t file a work-related injury lawsuit against an employer with workers’ compensation insurance in Washington, you can file a workers’ compensation cl...
Many consider government regulations in the workplace to be pure bureaucratic obstacles, offering dubious protection to employees and consumers, and driving companies to layoffs and bankruptcy through the high cost of compliance. Yet both critics and supporters of regulation have historically te...
Despite the fact that state and federal regulations require employers to observe a wide variety of safety measures, thousands of workers are seriously injured or killed on the job each year. For the majority of workplace injuries, employees are restricted to amounts and benefits established by t...