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Are Workers’ Compensation Settlements Taxable in Texas?

Posted on March 24, 2020 Workplace Injuries
Obtaining a workers’ compensation settlement can be a time of relief and excitement as an injured employee in Texas. With the money you need to pay off your medical bills and replace lost income finally in your account, you and your family may have peace of mind as you look toward the future. Come...
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4 Common Injuries at the Office

Posted on August 26, 2019 Workplace Injuries
When you imagine workplace accidents, you may picture construction sites, manufacturing plants or the commercial trucking industry. You may not immediately think about your own workplace – the office. Yet an office can pose as many health risks and safety hazards to workers as a more dangerous workplace. A slip-and-fall accident, fall down the...
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How to Stay Safe in Extreme Heat

Posted on April 10, 2018 Workplace Injuries
Spring is on the horizon, which means sweltering temperatures will once more prevail in the Texas area. Extreme heat can be dangerous, especially to populations such as young children and the elderly. Prolonged exposure to hot temperature can cause dehydration, fatigue, and a deadly condition called heat stroke. Fortunately, there are a few simple...
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What Is Third-Party Liability?

Posted on February 12, 2018 Workplace Injuries
Receiving compensation for your injuries after an injury on the job may simply require reporting the accident to your employer and immediately seeking medical treatment. This procedure doesn’t always award you with adequate financial support or address issues of third-party liability in your accident. In Dallas, the personal injury attorneys of Aaron A. Herbert,...
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What Are Some of the Most Common Injuries for Oil and Gas Employees?

Posted on February 14, 2017 Workplace Injuries
Employees get injured on the job every day. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were nearly 3 million workplace-related illnesses and injuries reported in 2015, or a rate of 3 cases per 100,000 employees. Some jobs are naturally more hazardous than others, and the oil and gas industry is one of the...
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