If you feel like your doctor isn't giving you the best possible care, or if you're unsure what they're saying is true, you can ask for a second opinion. Imagine you've been injured at work. You see one doctor who says your injuries are severe and … [Read more...] about When to Get a Doctor’s Second Opinion for Workers Comp
If you’ve suffered a work-related injury and are seeking worker’s compensation benefits, at some point in the process, you will likely have a deposition taken. A deposition is a recorded, official statement where you answer questions under oath. … [Read more...] about Workmans Comp Deposition – What You Need to know
Floor markings can help prevent workplace injuries by directing traffic, identifying hazards, and marking safe zones. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration( OSHA) requires employers to provide a safe workplace for their employees. … [Read more...] about How Workplace Floor Markings Can Help Prevent Workplace Injuries
Machine shop workers are often exposed to loud environments with many moving parts, increasing their risk of being injured at work. Every year, workers across the country are injured while performing their work-related duties. Whether it's a … [Read more...] about Machine Injury at Work
What is considered an unsafe work environment, and what can you do if you believe your workplace is unsafe? Every workplace has a unique setting and features that set it apart from other places of business. As such, what may seem safe in one … [Read more...] about What Is Considered an Unsafe Work Environment?
According to OSHA, healthcare workers have one of the highest rates of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses. Work-related injuries are a problem in many workplaces. And it's no different in the healthcare industry. In fact, according to the … [Read more...] about Workplace Injuries Among Healthcare Workers