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  • Ponce Law Workers’ Comp Case Leads to Changes in Tennessee State Law

    by: cjadmin | December 21, 2016
    At Ponce Law, we’re known throughout the Nashville area for fighting to help our clients get the justice they deserve. Most often, this justice is obtained outside of the courtroom…

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  • Workers’ Compensation May Not Be Enough

    by: Staff Blogger | December 9, 2016
    Some forecasters are predicting a hard winter in Nashville, which complicates the jobs of thousands of Nashville construction workers who depend on good weather to do their work. It also…

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  • Maximizing Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

    by: Staff Blogger | November 7, 2016
    One of the first things you should consider after an on-the-job injury is how you’re going to survive financially. Many injured workers make the assumption that their employer will take…

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  • Getting Off the Sidelines After a Workplace Injury

    by: Staff Blogger | October 19, 2016
    As a provider for your family, there’s nothing scarier than being sidelined due to an injury on the job. You depend on every paycheck to make ends meet, so not…

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  • Not All Employers Carry Workers’ Comp Insurance in TN

    by: Staff Blogger | August 15, 2016
    There’s no excuse for not taking care of your own. In the South, we understand that. It’s part of our culture and the bedrock of our families, our communities, and…

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  • New Construction Leads to Workplace Injuries in Nashville

    by: Staff Blogger | July 22, 2016
    There’s lots of construction going on it Nashville. From new condos to improved roads and highways, our city is growing so fast that construction companies are busy trying to keep…

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  • Ponce Law Stands Up for Injured Nashville Workers

    by: Staff Blogger | June 24, 2016
    Workers give a lot to their employers. By some estimates, the average American will spend 30% of their lives at work, assuming they don’t continue to work into retirement age.…

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  • Workplace Injuries Can Cripple Nashville Families

    by: Staff Blogger | June 10, 2016
    More than 55% of American workers are paid hourly. Of that number, many don’t have any paid leave, such as sick or vacation days, so if they don’t work, they…

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  • Help for Nashville Workplace Injury Victims

    by: Staff Blogger | May 11, 2016
    Most Nashvillians will give one quarter of their waking hours to their jobs. We do this because we believe in providing for our loved ones, and our jobs afford us…

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  • 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Go Back to Work Early

    by: Staff Blogger | January 29, 2016
    After an on-the-job injury, you may feel pressure to get back to work as quickly as possible. Between medical bills and lost wages, the financial strain can put you and…

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