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Jason D. Mills & Associates. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
March 17, 2020

As efforts concerning the containment of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continue to evolve here in the U.S. and around the world, we want to assure you that Jason D. Mills & Associates remains committed to three important […]

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Were You Injured While Traveling for Work?
February 13, 2020

Traveling workers who suffer injuries during the course of their work are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. The Nevada Supreme Court has clarified their position on this issue and has confirmed that workers who are […]

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Work-Related Cancer? Here’s How to Ensure Your Claim Won’t Be Denied
January 20, 2020

Millions of workers are exposed to cancer-causing substances every day and it is important to establish this connection when pursuing a work-related cancer claim. Individuals who don’t make this connection risk having their workers’ compensation […]

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Trench Safety: Preventing Collapses
January 14, 2020

Most trench collapses that cause injuries and fatalities are preventable through adherence to OSHA safety standards. Each year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 25 workers die in trench collapses in the United States. […]

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Common Police Injuries in Nevada
January 10, 2020

The nature of their workplaces police officers in hazardous situations that can result in contracting infectious diseases, suffering debilitating injuries, or losing their life in the line of duty. When police officers are injured or […]

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Common Firefighter Injuries Nevada [infographic]
January 06, 2020

Firemen willingly place themselves in the path of danger to keep others safe. This decision also means they can pay a hefty price for helping others survive perilous situations. From bumps and bruises to concussions […]

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Injured Off the Clock? You May Still Qualify for Workers’ Comp
December 23, 2019

Workers who are injured in the scope of their employment can file for workers’ compensation even though they were “off the clock” at the time of the injury-causing accident. Employers can still be liable even though […]

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PTSD? New Bill Strengthens Police and Firefighters’ Benefits
December 18, 2019

In June 2019, Governor Sisolak signed into law AB492 which added post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of workers’ compensation benefits police officers and firefighters are entitled to claim. The law also covers police dispatchers, […]

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Workplace Violence in the Social Services Industry
December 12, 2019

Social service workers are at an elevated risk to become victims of workplace violence. Their close proximity to people with mental health problems or histories of violent actions means they require similar protections granted to […]

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Injured Firefighters and Police: Was Your Average Monthly Wage Miscalculated? [infographic]
December 06, 2019

Since an injured firefighter or police officer’s average monthly wage (AMW) is used to determine workers’ compensation payments as well as compensation for permanent injuries, it is important that this amount is calculated correctly. The […]

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update

March 18, 2020 Udpate.

We have just been given notice that all Hearings and Appeals have been vacated and are off calendar by order the Senior Appeals Officer from the Nevada Department of Administration. It is unknown when the reset dates will occur.

March 17, 2020 Update.

As efforts concerning the containment of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continue to evolve here in the U.S. and around the world, we want to assure you that Jason D. Mills & Associates remains committed to three important priorities:

Our offices remain open for business; however, we encourage all existing clients to help us limit exposure and the potential spread of COVID-19 by avoiding in-office meetings. We remain open for business virtually during normally scheduled work hours (9:00 am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday). All email, fax, telephone, and other electronic communication will continue without interruption. If you have a scanner please scan documents and send to us in .PDF format. If you do not have a scanner, there are smart phone apps available such as: CamScanner, Adobe Scan and Genius Scan (and many others), that will turn your smart phone into a document scanner at zero or little cost.

Our local courts continue to update and modify their policies and procedures in response to the current COVID-19 situation as well, and we are monitoring those procedures to navigate the impact on your claims. So far, the Hearing and Appeals Office has halted all in-person hearings and is in the process of converting future hearings into telephonic hearings. As we learn more, we will provide updated information.

We also know that many of you have been personally impacted in a number of ways, and we apologize for any inconvenience these modifications may cause you but of course we are all experiencing this disruption together and will get through it together. We will resume normal operations as soon as the local, state and national governments give instructions that it is reasonable to do so. We appreciate your flexibility as we do our part to help bring this unprecedented situation under control.

Again, we are fully operational and are actively working on your claims. If there is anything you need, please feel free to contact our office (telephonically or electronically) during office hours so that we can direct your call and follow up accordingly.