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The Affordable Connectivity Program Can Help SSI Recipients Get Internet Access

Internet access is now necessary for work, school, healthcare, and more. However, for many households, it remains unaffordable. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants everyone, including your clients, to access reasonably priced internet services. The FCC recently launched the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to reduce the cost of getting online. The ACP provides a discount… Read more »

How Do You Calculate an Injured Workers Average Weekly Wage in Minnesota?

You are entitled to compensation after sustaining an injury at the workplace. Most workers are guaranteed the right to pursue compensation under Minnesota’s workers’ compensation law. However, the claim process often becomes challenging, especially when it comes to calculating the amount of workers’ compensation benefits. Typically, this involves determining an injured worker’s average weekly wage-a… Read more »

What types of work injuries are covered in Minnesota?

Workplace injuries can occur in any occupation. Although some are unavoidable, others occur due to someone else’s negligence.  Either can result in severe injury or harm to the victim. Negligence doesn’t matter, though, most of the time.  Workers’ compensation is a “no fault” system unless the injury is caused by someone other than the employer,… Read more »

My workers’ compensation checks are late, what can I do?

Complaints about delayed workers’ compensation checks are common across the United States. Frequently, workers grapple with the challenge of having to wait for an extended period before receiving their workers’ compensation check. However, such a delay may arise due to multiple reasons. For instance, the compensation check may have been sent to a wrong address… Read more »

Are Your Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Payments Late?

You are exposed to various risks that can injure you in the workplace. The law requires most Minnesota employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance. If your employer doesn’t have insurance, the Special Compensation Fund can still cover your workers’ compensation benefits. You often get your first workers’ compensation check within 10–30 days of informing your… Read more »