Workers Compensation Claims in Two States Fueled by COVID, Civil Unrest

In Texas, for example, total workers’ compensation claims rose 34% in 2020 from 2019, Business Insurance reported June 3. The article noted the Texas Dept. of Workers Compensation released a report citing an increase in COVID-19 claims. This halted a 20-year decline in WC claims, at least temporarily.

Why Law Firms Should Target Bilingual Hispanics and Spanish Speakers

America’s Hispanic population is primarily bilingual and has a combined purchasing power of $1.7 trillion. According to Harvard University’s Instituto Cervantes survey, Spanish is the most-spoken non-English language in the United States. About 61 million U.S. residents identify as Hispanic.

Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Search Trends in 2020

We recently analyzed the internet search term “workers compensation lawyers near me” to see how it’s performing right now. The popularity of this phrase has waxed and waned over the past several weeks. According to Google Trends,...

“Workers Compensation Lawyer” Search Trends for 2017

According to Google Trends, “workers compensation lawyer” searches have remained consistently near the highest possible interest level since March 2017. If you’re looking for workers’ comp leads, we rank each U.S. state below from highest to lowest...