COVID-19 Injury Lawyers


COVID-19 Workplace Lawsuits on The Rise

August 17, 2020

Businesses are reopening across the United States, ending the months-long trend of working from home. But now, major companies across the country are dealing with a new issue–workplace lawsuits as […]

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Teachers Face Pressure to Return to Classroom, Forced to Resign

August 10, 2020

In the United States alone, there are more than 3.5 million teachers. That’s 3.5 million individuals who, after months of uncertainty, are now being tasked with the decision of facing […]

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Liability Waivers and COVID-19: Do they stand in court?

August 3, 2020

In the age of the novel coronavirus, the legal ramifications of contracting the deadly virus at a public space or in business are only now being tested. However, to protect […]

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Special Needs Students Learning Requirements Neglected During COVID-19 Outbreaks

July 27, 2020

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, “About one in seven (14 percent) children between the ages of three and 17 have developmental disabilities.” When the COVID-19 […]

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Business Interruption Coverage and COVID-19: Know Your Rights as a Small Business Owner

July 20, 2020

When we think about the novel coronavirus causing fatalities across the nation, we think of lives lost. But another victim of the virus is that of business and livelihoods lost […]

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Brain Injury and COVID-19: Hospital Treatment May Lead to Further Complications

July 13, 2020

According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, the average hospitalization rate of COVID-19 patients was 4.6 per 100,000 population. Of those hospitalized, the highest rates were among those […]

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Can You Be Arrested For Not Wearing a Mask?

July 6, 2020

Across the country, states have mandated that social distancing orders, including face coverings in public places, must be used to protect others against the novel coronavirus. However, in those states […]

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Holyoke Soldiers’ Home: Nursing Home Abuse, Employee Rights

June 29, 2020

A Massachusetts nursing home is under fire for the tragic number of residents who have died from COVID-19. Officials with Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services reported that […]

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Public Pools and COVID-19

June 22, 2020

With summer officially underway, many families are considering ways they can beat the heat while staying safe during the ebb and flow of coronavirus outbreaks. However, with many states still […]

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Nurses’ Eligibility for Workers’ Compensation in Question

May 22, 2020

A firefighter develops lung cancer. It’s obvious that smoke inhalation and years of service caused his injuries. He needs time off to get treatment and hopefully make a full recovery. […]

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