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20 Jan

Medical Treatment in Fresno

Workers’ Compensation Attorneys with 130 Years of Combined Experience After you have been injured on-the-job, it is important that you receive all of the medical treatment necessary to make a full recovery. If you are wondering how to pay for this treatment,…

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15 Jan

Fresno Employer's Responsibilities in Compensation Claims

our Employer Must Have Insurance or Be Held Criminally Responsible When you have been injured on the job, you are required to report the injury as early as possible to your employer, either immediately after it occurred, or as soon as you learn that…

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12 Jan

Reasons Employers Dispute Workers' Comp Claims

There is a multitude of reasons why an employer would dispute a workers’ compensation claim, but it all essentially revolves around one thing – money. Employers pay premiums in order to provide workers’ compensation benefits, which are directly affected…

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10 Jan

Cumulative Trauma Injuries in Fresno

No Worker Is Exempt. Call if You Are Hurt. The California Labor Code defines cumulative trauma injuries as repetitive activities, performed over a period of time, that lead to disability or the need for medical care. Each work day, your body endures…

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08 Jan

Career-Ending Injuries in Fresno

Central Valley Workers’ Compensation Attorneys A career ending injury can happen to anyone, no matter how physically and mentally rigorous their job is. At Berry, Smith & Bartell, a Professional Law Corporation, we know that probably one of the most…

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08 Jan

Benefits of Workers' Compensation in Fresno

Our Workers' Compensation Attorneys Can Help You Claiming benefits for any type of injury does not require you to prove that your employer's negligence caused your condition, only that it is the result of performing your job duties. A workers' compensation…

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04 Jan

Brain Injuries Are Common in Many Occupations

Workplace injuries are incredibly common and, among them, brain injuries are the most frequently sustained. While it is important for every employee to be responsible and follow safety protocols, it is the responsibility of all employers to provide a…

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26 Dec

Permanent vs. Temporary Disability Benefits: What’s the Difference?

When an employee is injured at work, they are entitled to workers compensation benefits. Depending on the severity of their injuries, injured workers might also be eligible for either permanent or temporary disability benefits too. In this blog, we explain…

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