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In March of this year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released data on workplace incidents that occurred during the year 2015. This new data is part of an increased effort on OSHA’s end to collect more timely information about workplace incidents and how they are happening. With more data, OSHA can ideally detect…

There are many people who spend their time in an office, but some careers — such as project managers, construction workers, and engineers — require workers to visit more dangerous work environments to build,  survey, and work.  If you are one of those who is occasionally sent on-site to work on a project, make sure…

Obtaining worker’s compensation with the help of an attorney can be a relatively straightforward process when an injury can be traced directly to the workplace and to performing the typical duties required of an occupation. Sometimes, however, it can be more complicated—such as when a third party becomes involved. You generally cannot sue your employer…

Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact origin of a personal injury. This is why it is so important to see a doctor if you suspect that a recent injury may have its roots in the workplace. Here is a look at frozen shoulder and its frequent connection to the workplace.

The rules and regulations for how workers compensation is handled for the benefit of workers’ across the nation differs depending on what state you are in. Each year, some of these states adjust the amount of each type of compensation that is allotted. This can often make it hard to keep up with exactly what…

Although people at work can get hurt at any time, any personal injuries occur during the winter season, when the elements are at their most destructive. Not only do the wet and frozen precipitation lead to slips and falls, as well as intense driving hazards, but the cold weather can also give our bodies trouble…

There are many different occupations where an employee might be at risk of a workplace injury. In the past, there was no clear legal roadmap to deal with the compensation of these injuries. Today, however, workers’ compensation laws are able to provide workers with the care that they need relatively quickly. However, this still leaves…

The number one worker’s compensation injury during the winter is slipping and falling on ice.  29-37% of all worker’s compensation claims are related to slipping and falling on ice; the number fluctuates based on which state you live in. Falls sustained from slippery ice can cause minor injuries, but can also cause major injuries leading…

There are many types of equipment in the working world today that require certification to operate, by law. There are many different reasons for this, but the main, and most important, one is for the safety of the worker. It’s important that employers understand this, especially if they expect employees to be able to undertake…

In the workplace today, there are many precautions put in place to make sure that a worker’s life won’t be ruined by accidents on a work site. Companies are a lot more safety conscious now, than they have ever been. And, in the case that an accident does occur, there are plenty of laws that…