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October 2014 Archives

What you should know about reporting unsafe work conditions

In a previous post on this blog, we discussed negligence and workers' compensation. In that post, which can be read by clicking here, we explained that an injury or illness suffered on the job does not need to be the result of recklessness or negligence for people to be eligible for workers' compensation.

Office workers: Why you should take minor injuries seriously

In one of the articles we wrote on our site, we discussed some of the various ways that people can be injured on the job in an office environment. Many people often only consider serious accidents as the source of an injury; they think of industrial explosions, amputations or traumatic brain injuries.

Man who lost hand in work accident part of promising new research

In a recent post, we discussed the compensation that may be available to workers who have suffered certain types of injuries on the job. In that post, which can be read by clicking here, we specifically mentioned amputation injuries as being eligible for benefits in addition to workers' compensation.

Do I have to prove negligence contributed to a work accident?

Imagine this scenario: You are on the job at an industrial workplace. You are wearing proper protective gear, using caution when working with heavy machinery and paying attention to your surroundings. Suddenly, an item stored up on a shelf in the warehouse falls and hits you on the head.

Injured at work? Speak with an attorney to collect compensation

Getting injured at work can take a serious toll on a person's life. Not only can there be painful or troubling health issues to be concerned about, but there are also some very real financial challenges that injured workers can face.

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