If you are injured on the job, whether it is in a car, a construction site, or office setting, your sole remedy is through Connecticut's workers' compensation law - Right? Well, not always. Although the Workers' Compensation Act essentially limits any claims arising from workplace injuries to the workers compensation administrative
Under Connecticut's Workers' Compensation Act, an employer is responsible for injuries to a worker that arise out of and in the course of the employment. The Act requires the employer's workers' compensation insurance carrier to pay for all related medical bills, lost time from work, and for any permanent injuries sustained by a worker.
Included in the American Association for Justice's "Worst Corporate Conduct of 2017" article, is a report about credit-reporting agency Equifax's massive data breach, and it's attempt to profit from its own negligence. How big was the mishandling of the public's private information? The scope of the breach is estimated to impact almost half of the entire population of the United States. We are talking about people's social security numbers, driver's license numbers, personal identification numbers, dates of birth, and more.