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At Home, Not at Risk: Understanding Personal Injury Claims in Remote Work Environments

November 21, 2023

In an era where the home has extended its function to become a workplace, the traditional boundaries of professional and personal life have increasingly blurred. At Gemma Law Associates, the...

Seasonal Employment and Workers’ Compensation in Rhode Island

November 7, 2023

At Gemma Law Associates, we specialize in personal injury law. As the holiday season swiftly approaches, businesses in retail and delivery services are gearing up for the annual surge in...

OSHA National Safety Stand-Down: A Crucial Step Towards a Safer Workplace

May 3, 2023

At Gemma Law Associates, your trusted personal injury law firm in Providence, Rhode Island, we have an intimate understanding of the importance of workplace safety. Our experienced team has seen...

Avoiding Workplace Injuries

August 30, 2022

In the course of an average workday, many of us perform tasks in a variety of fields that could potentially put our health and welfare at risk. While our jobs...

What To Do When You Have Been in a Construction Accident

August 25, 2022

On the job injuries can happen anywhere and at any time, regardless of your occupation. While every job comes with certain risks specific to that particular field, there are some...

National Ladder Safety Month

March 25, 2022

March is National Ladder Safety Month. According to the American Ladder Institute, more than 100 people die, and thousands of others suffer disabling injuries in ladder-related accidents each year. So,...

What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?

October 28, 2020

Workers’ compensation is a program that gives financial aid to employees who become injured at work or suffer from medical conditions related to their job. It’s also called workers’ comp,...

When Can You Sue Your Employer After An Injury

June 8, 2018

In Rhode Island, laws surrounding employment appear rather straightforward. Full-time employment, contractors, unions and non-union positions, and everything in between are in play, which can make navigating a questionable firing...