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24 Jan

What to do After Suffering an Injury at Work

Work injuries can happen in any profession, but when they occur, employees are often unsure about what steps to take. They may be aware of workers' compensation, but unless they have been through the process before they may not know what to do to pursue…

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28 Jun

Common Occupational Injuries for Truck Drivers

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there are at least 17 deaths and 7 workplace injuries per 100,000 employees in the transportation and warehousing sectors. To put this into perspective, this amounts to thousands of…

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20 Jun

Workers’ Compensation & Exposure to Toxins

Employees are exposed to countless hazards in the workplace, which can cause a vast range of injuries or result in the development of a harmful condition. Among some of these hazards are toxic substances. Keep in mind that, while you might associate workers’…

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22 May

Skin Disorders & Workers' Compensation

Not all injuries sustained on the job consist of broken bones, bruises, or sprains. Oftentimes, workers can develop disorders or disease that take time to produce symptoms. As long as you are able to link your condition back to your job duties or work…

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08 May

What Insurance Companies Know About You

Once you file a workers’ compensation claim, you can be certain that your employer’s insurance company will attempt to gather as much information as they can about you, much of which they can obtain without ever so much as contacting you. The fact is…

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24 Apr

The Most Common Repetitive Stress Injuries

Not all injuries that occur on the job happen in a one-time accident that results in broken bones or lacerations. In fact, many injuries happen over a span of time, gradually evolving into a bigger problem that becomes too much for the employee to bear.…

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18 Apr

How to Prepare for Your Workers’ Compensation Hearing

If you sustained a work-related injury and there was a dispute regarding whether or not you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, you might be going through the process of preparing for your workers’ compensation hearing. Oftentimes, many of…

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11 Apr

What You Need to Know About Light Duty Work

After being injured at work, you might be presented with the opportunity to perform light duty work. In some cases, this could simply be a modification of the duties you performed prior to your injury, but oftentimes, it is an entirely different assignment.…

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