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.
Salem County, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) – A county worker has filed suit against Salem County claiming that he was racially harassed and forced to work contrary to medical conditions after a ... Read More
San Francisco, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – A judge has ruled that a former worker at GrubHub was an independent contractor and not an employee, and therefore not entitled to overtime pay or ... Read More
Billings, MT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Finances from the Montana State Fund, which provides workers’ compensation funding for workers in the state, do more than pay for injuries, illnesses and ... Read More
Richmond, VA (WorkersCompensation.com) – A last chance bill to provide cancer coverage through workers’ compensation for firefighters in Virginia died yesterday, but was brought back to life ... Read More
Upper Keys, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Twelve workers who say they were sickened after being exposed to toxic fumes on a hurricane recovery jobsite are suing after their workers’ compensation ... Read More
Madison, WI (WorkersCompensation.com) – As reported earlier this week in WorkersCompensation.com, a decision in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals could have far-reaching impact on state businesses that ... Read More
Polson, MT (WorkersCompensation.com) – A national business organization has joined eight Montana businesses in filing a lawsuit against the state for what they allege are unconstitutional actions ... Read More
Brooklyn, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – The New York State Attorney General is taking a Brooklyn-based car wash to court for allegedly cheating its employees.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed ... Read More