It is common for students to look for work on construction sites during the holidays. They may not be aware of the inherent dangers the job involves, and lack of proper safety training may make matters worse. In a situation where even regular … [Read more...] about 16-Year Old Killed In a Crane Accident
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Work-related accidents are a major cause of injuries to the leg and foot. The nature and severity of the injury generally depend on the type of workplace and the risks involved in a particular job. For example, people employed in construction and … [Read more...] about Work-Related Leg and Foot Injuries
Workers' compensation is a system designed for the benefit of workers who become ill or get injured while at work. Even though it seems like a fairly simple process, there are cases when the workers' compensation benefits are either limited or … [Read more...] about When Is an Employee Covered by Workers’ Compensation?
There are instances when injured workers are in dire need of money while waiting for the approval of their workers’ compensation claim. Some options are available for the injured employees to deal with the daily expenses if they are not yet ready to … [Read more...] about Workers’ Compensation: Are There Any Alternatives?
Each year, millions of people get injured or become sick at their places of work. Some suffer only minor injuries that require minimal medical intervention, while some others receive serious injuries that render them disabled for the lifetime. … [Read more...] about Are Long Term Illnesses Covered under Workers Compensation?
Are there any options if you lose your workers' compensation case in arbitration? Arbitration is a method of resolving a dispute, where disagreement is resolved out of court. A good number of states offer either mediation or arbitration as a way of … [Read more...] about Losing a Workers’ Compensation Case in Arbitration