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Employee or Contractor? It Matters in Workers’ Compensation

By Stephen M. Barbas |

In Florida, businesses of four or more employees are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This is just a general rule, and there are exceptions (for example, a construction company with any employee must provide workers’ compensation insurance). If you are in a situation where your employer claims that it does not have to… Read More »

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Are Hold Harmless Agreements Enforceable?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

You see them and likely sign them every time you engage in a high risk activity, send your child on a school field trip, or even go to the local indoor park: hold harmless agreements. They are long, seemingly complex documents that we often sign off on in a hurry, without taking much time… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation Can Help With Lost Wages

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Workers’ compensation helps people access medical care when they’re injured on the job, and helps them pay for the medical expenses attendant to that care. But what about lost wages? Paying for medical care is certainly needed, but it doesn’t help if you can’t feed yourself or your family while you are sitting in… Read More »

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Volunteering? You May Be Entitled to Workers’ Compensation

By Stephen M. Barbas |

In almost every case, and in almost every full time job, employers must provide workers’ compensation to employees. But what about volunteers? Many volunteers work as hard or harder than paid employees, and many do so in conditions that may be dangerous. Yet by definition, volunteers are not paid. Does that mean that they… Read More »

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