23 Jul

What Do I Do if I Finished Medical Treatment for My Work Injury but My Employer Fired Me?


One of the most perplexing aspects of the Florida Workers’ Compensation law is the lack of resources or solutions for workers when they have a career-altering injury. When an injured worker has completed their medical treatment but is still physically unable to return to their employment before the injury, the system has very little options for that worker. 

15 Jun

8 Common Injuries for Healthcare Professionals


Every day, healthcare professionals work hard to care for others from regular check-ups to severe injuries and diseases. A healthcare worker is anyone who works within the healthcare industry, which includes hospitals, clinics, nursing facilities, and health centers. These individuals may be doctors, nurses, or paramedics.

02 Apr

Understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is one of the most devastating and perplexing conditions that can occur following an accident. It does not distinguish where the accident occurred, whether it be a work injury, car accident, or fall at home. It is likely one is not aware of this condition unless there is a personal connection to it. Seeing it first hand is typically the first encounter whether it be a friend or family member.