COVID-19 Injury Lawyers


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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Sextortion Scams: Another Effect of COVID-19

May 15, 2020

Since the onsight of the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds of people have reported sextortion scams. In a May AARP article, these scammers are reportedly threatening to release “sexually explicit photos or […]

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University Tuition Class Action Lawsuits Emerge From Online Learning

May 11, 2020

Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of students enrolled in higher education institutions found their spring 2020 semester put to a dramatic stop as a result of the novel coronavirus. […]

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Criminal Background Halts COVID-19 Relief For Some

May 5, 2020

As many small business owners are looking for relief with Small Business Administration (SBA) loans and relief through the CARES Act, there is a certain portion of the population who […]

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OSHA Establishes Guidelines For COVID-19 Workplace Incidents

April 30, 2020

As more workplace incidents occur as a result of COVID-19, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has created a temporary enforcement plan to aid those assisting in coronavirus-related workplace […]

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Healthcare Providers Silent Battle With Mental Health

April 29, 2020

In the face of COVID-19, there is another crisis occurring: the mental health of our frontline workers. On Sunday, April 26, a top emergency room doctor at a Manhattan hospital […]

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How to Handle Joint Custody In COVID-19

April 27, 2020

As states across the nation maintain stay at home orders through May, divorced couples are continuing to navigate the issue of shared custody. How can parents maintain social distancing practices […]

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As Economies Open, Can I Sue If I Get COVID-19?

April 24, 2020

As states begin to grapple with how their economies will recover from the mandated shutdowns of COVID-19, some states are moving forward, lifting shutdowns and opening nonessential businesses. In Georgia, […]

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Applicants of SBA COVID-19 Disaster Loans Have Personal Data Exposed

April 20, 2020

The COVID-19 government-mandated shutdowns have impacted small business owners across the country. To help keep these businesses afloat, the Small Business Administration opened the Economic Injury Disaster Loan for qualifying […]

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