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Can You Get Compensation If Your Job Causes A Disease?

You know that you can get workers’ compensation if you’re injured on the job. Many times, it’s easy to link an incident at work to a physical injury, like a fall resulting in a broken leg, for instance. What if you think your job caused…

Teen Passenger Killed In 2-Car Wreck

A teen girl was riding in the westbound lane of Bullis Road, in New York, when the car reportedly began to drift over the center line. It moved all the way into the eastbound lanes, and then it slammed into oncoming traffic. The crash happened…

Falling Merchandise Can Kill

The warehouse store format has been a great invention for retail business. It allows stores to stack many tons of merchandise on skids above the aisles. You see this format in Walmarts, Home Depots, grocery stores, even liquor stores and clothing outlets. Many big box…

Repetitive Motion In The Workplace Can Lead To Injuries

People often think of a workplace injury as a big, serious event that happens all at once. You fall off of a ladder. You’re injured by a machine. You’re struck by a vehicle on the job site. Yes, these risks do exist, but it’s also…

4 Most Common & Completely Avoidable Causes Of Ladder Accidents

Ladders are one of the most commonly used tools in homes and workplaces, allowing users to safety reach heights. Their simple design makes them easy to use, but their misuse has led the U.S. to be the world leader in ladder injuries. When ladders are…

Negligence And Lack Of Action In A Car Accident

A person can be found at fault in a car accident for simply failing to do anything, if that failure represents negligence. They don’t have to take a specific action to cause a crash; failing to avoid that wreck is just as bad. First, take…



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