Workplace Accidents Articles And Discussions

Healthcare Workers Put Their Own Safety On The Line To Treat Others

Every day, people get hurt while on the job. Approximately 152,000 of these injuries occur in manufacturing, but an astounding 653,000 injuries happen... read more…

How To Proceed After You’ve Been Injured At Work

Worker’s compensation laws exist for the benefit of both the employer and the employee. These laws help the employer by preventing them from being sue... read more…

Keep An Eye Out For These Workplace Hazards

When you’re employed, and you have a workplace to go to, be it a construction site, fabrication facility, or even just an office, you’re there to do j... read more…

Pre-Existing Conditions Can Affect Workplace Injury Validity

If there’s one thing that many modern Americans are painfully aware of, it’s the impact that pre-existing conditions can have on medical insurance cla... read more…

Why Is My Workers’ Compensation Claim Being Denied?

Typically, when a Florida resident is injured at work, workers compensation insurance is in place to cover their injuries and other damages. In Florid... read more…

How Do You Calculate Lost Wages If You’re Self-Employed?

If someone goes to court for personal injury, or something very specific, like workplace accidents, then one of the key reasons for doing so is compen... read more…

When Should I Hire An Attorney For My Workers’ Compensation Case?

In most cases, if you are injured on the job a workers’ compensation claim will be filed. If this is your first time filing a workers’ compensation cl... read more…

Seven Most FAQs About Workers’ Compensation Answered

When you’ve been injured on the job, it is very likely that you are covered by workers’ compensation. If you’ve never filed a workers’ compensation cl... read more…

JW Marriott Fall Accident Shows There’s Always A Risk In Construction

The construction industry is one that’s full of contradictions. It is absolutely one of the most critical industries in Florida, and the USA because t... read more…


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