If your employee has been injured at work and are looking for defense on the claim, our experienced Scott County Workers Compensation defense attorneys can help. This can be a stressful event for any business owner, so to ensure complete defense from claims research and dedication to each individual case is key for an optimal victory.
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In this video, our Scott County workers' compensation attorneys discuss workers compensation laws in Scott County.
If you are injured at work, you are able to claim compensation for those injuries. There are certainly grey areas to these claims, however, and the process for filing a claim can be daunting. Our Scott County workers compensation attorneys help you determine what are you able to make a claim for, as well as how to file a claim.
In this video, our Scott County workers' compensation lawyers discuss the clauses in employment contracts that can affect payment for injured employees.
Employment and independent contractor contracts are very important for a business to create in order to ensure that they are protected in the event that something goes wrong. Our Scott County workers compensation attorneys discuss different types of clauses to include in these contracts including non-compete clauses, trade secret clauses, non-solicitation clauses, non-disparagement clauses and a host of other important items to include in your employment contracts and IC agreements.
In this video, our Scott County workers' comp attorneys discuss the ways to determine if you're an employee or independent contractor in Scott County.
Employees and independent contractors both do work for a business, but they both have different roles and liabilities. This article discusses the different between each and what a court looks at to make this distinction. Our Scott County workers' compensation attorneys decribe the differences between independent contracots and employees and go through important questions to ask yourself to determine which category you fall under.