COVID-19 Injury Lawyers


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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Beware of Scam Alerts During COVID-19

April 13, 2020

While we are only weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic, some individuals have decided to prey on people’s fear by scamming them. Yes, across the nation, those who are desperate to […]

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Giving Back To Those in Need During COVID-19

April 3, 2020

Right now, so many individuals are looking for ways they can help those most in need during this uneasy time. While still abiding by state mandates to stay home, there […]

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Can your boss make you come to work during coronavirus outbreak?

March 26, 2020

As seen in USA Today by Dalvin Brown USA TODAY Michelle Sylvester refuses to go back to work because she doesn’t want to risk spreading coronavirus. Sylvester, a Long Beach, […]

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Action News Investigation: Local nursing homes cited for infection control before COVID-19 outbreak

March 25, 2020

As seen on ABC6 Action News By Chad Pradelli and Cheryl Mettendorf, Yun Choi An Action News Investigation analyzed data to see which local facilities had a history of infection […]

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For Abused Women, a Pandemic Lockdown Holds Dangers of Its Own

March 24, 2020

As seen in The New York Times By Alisha Haridasani Gupta and Aviva Stahl “We’re having really difficult conversations.” — Katie Ray-Jones, chief executive of the National Domestic Violence Hotline […]

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