Last week the New York Times ran an op-ed titled “When You’ve Had One Meeting Too Many,” and to no one’s surprise, the article shot straight to the top of the most-read and most-emailed list. Carson Tate, who runs a management consulting firm, wrote the piece after working with one too many ...
A lot of Americans wouldn't dream of missing medical appointments or their annual physicals. And yet those same individuals repeatedly compromise their health – and may even shorten their life-span – by skipping annual vacations! This lack of R&R can put us at risk of many ailments and diso...
[caption id="attachment_2525" align="alignright" width="300"] Learn some more simple and reasonable tactics for managing workplace stress.[/caption] Over the past years we have discussed the medical and emotional risks of excessive or consistent worry. For employees with a workplace injury, occupat...
The National Football League has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court in an effort to force more than thirty insurance companies to defend the league against a veritable flood of head trauma and brain injury claims by players and their families. The NFL stated that it has been named as a de...
Part one in a three-part Labor Day series. As Labor Day approaches, the U.S. continues to struggle with an economy that fails to provide enough decent jobs. Millions of Americans live in poverty or remain unemployed, underemployed, or uninsured. This stands out as a shameful economic and moral fai...
In most cases, compensation for a work related injury is limited to amounts given by the Department of Labor and Industries (L&I). However, if your job injury was caused by someone besides your employer or a co-worker, you may be eligible to file a third party injury claim.  Injury Attorneys at...