Liz Carey has worked as a writer, reporter and editor for nearly 25 years. First, as an investigative reporter for Gannett and later as the Vice President of a local Chamber of Commerce, Carey has covered everything from local government to the statehouse to the aerospace industry. Her work as a reporter, as well as her work in the community, have led her to become an advocate for the working poor, as well as the small business owner.
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) - In a notice posted on its website, the U.S. Department of Labor said it will presume that federal employees who have frequent contact with the public and who come ... Read More
Staten Island, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Three workers at one of Amazon’s warehouse facilities have filed suit against the online giant for inadequate contact tracing.
The three employees ... Read More
Trenton, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) – A bill that would require businesses to fund benefit accounts for independent contractors has moved out of committee and onto that state’s legislative ... Read More
Minneapolis, MN (WorkersCompensation.com) – As protesters and rioters took the streets of cities across the United States, Americans watched as journalists were being injured while doing their ... Read More
Boston, MA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Union leaders are asking Boston city council members insert presumption language into workers’ compensation laws assuming that frontline essential workers who ... Read More
Denver, CO (WorkersCompensation.com) – As businesses open up after measures to flatten the COVID-19 curve shuttered them, more than 1,400 Colorado workers have filed workers’ compensation claims ... Read More
Annapolis, MD (WorkersCompensation.com) – A settlement agreement signed by a firefighter doesn’t prevent his widow from seeking death benefits, a Maryland Appeals Court has found.
The court, in ... Read More
New York, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – When NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo shut down all but essential businesses across the state to flatten the curve of infections from COVID-19, many essential workers ... Read More