Overexertion is one of the most common causes of injuries in American workplaces. However, here's why it can be challenging to get workers' comp for it. Workplace environments can often be extremely competitive, motivating workers to do their best … [Read more...] about What Does Overexertion Mean & Is It Covered By Workers Compensation?
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Degenerative bone or joint disease, such as osteoarthritis, is a condition in which the protective cartilage at the top of the bones wears out. In bone diseases, the bone weakens over time to the point that even a minor impact can lead to a fracture. … [Read more...] about Workers Compensation for Degenerative Bone Disease
Worker’s compensation laws can be confusing. Sometimes, it’s not even about what is or what is not mentioned in the text, but how you interpret these laws and put them into practice. This can leave a lot of injured workers confused, as they try to … [Read more...] about Can I Get Workers Compensation for Wear and Tear Injuries?
The image of the injured worker that most often comes to mind is that blink and you’ll miss it moments when something goes wrong, and there is a visible injury that requires immediate attention. Industries like construction or agriculture are … [Read more...] about Workers Compensation for Repetitive Stress Injuries Resulting From Computer Work
Here are just a few of the hidden dangers faced by workers in the food manufacturing industry. Many people imagine a factory setting when they think about workplace injuries. What they don’t picture is that facility producing food. The reality is, … [Read more...] about The Hidden Dangers of the Food Manufacturing Industry
Here are four common accidents among retail workers and the injuries that each of them leads to. Retail is a notoriously tough industry in an emotional sense. However, people don’t always understand that physical risks are always involved in retail. … [Read more...] about The Most Common Injuries Suffered by Retail Workers