Closed and Open Head Injuries at Work: Everything You Need to Know


Recovering from a work-related head injury is more challenging when you stress about unsettled medical bills and personal expenses. An attorney can help. According to the CDC, approximately 1.5 million Americans sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) annually. It’s no surprise that most of these TBIs occur during the line of duty, especially for construction … Read more

Updated: October 30, 2023

5 Reasons Head Injuries Are Often More Dangerous for Older Workers

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Older workers are twice as likely as younger workers to die from a head injury, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). There are several reasons for this, which we’ll discuss below. As an older worker, it’s important to be aware of the dangers posed by head injuries and take steps … Read more

Updated: April 24, 2022

Don’t Ignore These 5 Delayed Symptoms of Work-Related Injuries

Quite often, work-related injuries are not noticed right away. Some of the most common work injuries, like back injuries or repetitive strain injuries, can have delayed symptoms. This can prevent you from filing a workers’ compensation claim in time or seek immediate medical care.  Delays in collecting evidence and filing your claim can affect your … Read more

Updated: February 9, 2021

How to Handle a Workplace Concussion

Getting a concussion at work is a painful and frustrating experience. However, you can lessen the physical and financial pain by handling it properly. Brain injuries are among the most severe workplace damages you can suffer. The reason is that they not only cause pain and limitations, but they can affect personality and mental health … Read more

Updated: June 14, 2019

How to Receive Workers’ Compensation for Back, Neck, and Head Injuries

Get workers’ compensation for back, neck, or head injuries received at work. The worst thing about back, neck, and head injuries is that if they do not heal properly, they can lead to serious long-term complications. The problem is worsened when the injured worker is put on the same job after recovery, and the worker starts experiencing the … Read more

Updated: June 14, 2019