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  • Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination
    Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination

    Many injured construction workers are hesitant to file for workers’ compensation because they’re understandably afraid of losing their jobs. In theory, workers’ compensation protects employees by ...

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  • Which Injuries Can a Person File a Workers' Comp Claim for?
    Which Injuries Can a Person File a Workers' Comp Claim for?

    When someone sustains an injury while on the job, employees are entitled to workers’ compensation coverage. Workers’ comp is in place to assist paying for any lost wages, rehabilitation, medical ...

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  • Most Dangerous Occupations in Montana
    Most Dangerous Occupations in Montana

    According to recent studies, Montana is considered to be the most dangerous state to work in. According to the Department of Labor and Industry, in 2016, there were 4.2 injuries reported for every one ...

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  • Do Workers' Comp Benefits Change with Occupation?
    Do Workers' Comp Benefits Change with Occupation?

    Workers’ compensation laws are often complex, and many individuals are unaware of how the insurance coverage may apply to them. One question that most workers have is whether or not the benefits of ...

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  • "Tough Times in the Oil Patch": Slump in Oil Production and Completed Wells Throughout the Bakken

    August oil production in the Bakken showed a slumping rate versus the previous month, according to a report released in mid-October. The month’s production, under 1.2 million barrels per day, is ...

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  • When You've Been Let Go from a Job and You Suspect Discrimination
    When You've Been Let Go from a Job and You Suspect Discrimination

    Discrimination can be subtle. Sometimes it's small comments about your gender, and it can go as far as telling you that you are too old to do a job anymore. If you have been let go from a job and you ...

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