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Can a Non-Citizen of the U.S. File for Workers Compensation?
Can a Non-Citizen of the U.S. File for Workers Compensation?

All workers who are injured on the job, including noncitizens or illegal immigrants, are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits in Florida. The workers’ compensation benefits are the same as other workers are entitled to and may include reimbursement for medical ...

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  • Can a Non-Citizen of the U.S. File for Workers Compensation?
    Can a Non-Citizen of the U.S. File for Workers Compensation?

    All workers who are injured on the job, including noncitizens or illegal immigrants, are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits in Florida. The workers’ compensation benefits are the same as ...

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  • Can I Go on Vacation While on Workers Comp?
    Can I Go on Vacation While on Workers Comp?

    Simply because you’re injured doesn’t mean you have to stop living your life. You should be able to get a living wage, have your medical bills paid and even vacation. People are allowed to continue ...

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  • Dangers in Construction: Common Florida Construction Site Injuries
    Dangers in Construction: Common Florida Construction Site Injuries

    There is always something happening at a construction site, it seems. From cranes lifting tons of material hundreds of feet into the air to miles of electrical cable being laid throughout a structure, ...

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  • How are Third Party Claims Different From Workers' Comp Claims?
    How are Third Party Claims Different From Workers' Comp Claims?

    When you get injured while performing work-related duties, filing for workers’ compensation is a great way to get financial benefits to keep yourself afloat while you recuperate. However, your ...

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  • OSHA & Construction Worker Safety
    OSHA & Construction Worker Safety

    In 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) was created within the Department of Labor to reduce hazards in the workplace and implement safety and health programs. As a ...

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  • Who Is Responsible if a Defective Part Caused My Car Accident?
    Who Is Responsible if a Defective Part Caused My Car Accident?

    Driver error is the most common cause of car accidents , but there are other reasons why crashes occur. Aside from weather, defective parts can cause a car accident; whether it’s an airbag designed ...

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