Blog: Workers' Compensation
- Can I Collect Workers Compensation for Injuries I Sustained on a Business Trip?
November 03, 2022Read More
If are injured during a business trip, you might be eligible to collect Workers’ Compensation as long as the injury is work-related. Suppose you are on a business trip to tend to an informational and marketing booth at a trade show. Workers’ Compensation would cover the costs of any injuries that you might suffer while […]
- What Are the Most Common Workers Compensation Claims?
September 19, 2022Read More
Workers’ Compensation provides benefits that cover medical treatment and more for workers who have been hurt on the job. Out of the many types of workplace injuries that happen across different industries, some of the most common are sprains and strains, contusions, lacerations, burns, and punctures. Sprains and Strains This category encompasses musculoskeletal disorders, such […]
- Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits for a Mental Condition?
September 14, 2022Read More
Approximately one in five Americans experience some form of mental illness. Left untreated, anxiety, depression, and stress can interfere with your daily tasks, relationships, and overall quality of life. Mental health conditions can also have an enormous impact on a person’s ability to handle all of the responsibilities that come with their job. In some […]
- How Long After a Slip and Fall Accident Should I Be Sore?
September 12, 2022Read More
Slip and fall accidents are common, and a leading cause of nonfatal injuries. According to the Mayo Clinic, over 10 million people are injured in slip and fall accidents each year. One in four adults aged 65 and older suffer slip and fall accidents annually, with over 3 million senior citizens visiting emergency rooms every […]
- What Are Common Injuries Among Electricians?
September 07, 2022Read More
Work-related electrocution accidents happen more often than you think, and they happen in all industries. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, electrical hazards cause more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries each year among the U.S. workforce. Electrocution is the sixth leading cause of workplace deaths in America. Even though electrocution happens to many […]
- What Are Some Safety Tips for Crossing Guards?
August 29, 2022Read More
School crossing guards are essential to the safety of all school children. It is a demanding and dangerous job, and many crossing guards suffer catastrophic injuries and even death in the course of duty. The most common non-fatal crossing guard injuries are fractures, sprains, and strains due to slip and fall accidents. In New Jersey, […]
- What Types of Injuries Are Seen in the Tech Industry?
August 22, 2022Read More
While working in front of a computer might be safer than a high-risk job that requires wearing gear like safety helmets, masks, or goggles, those in the tech industry also face hazards that can lead to injury. These problems might not be immediately visible and can take longer to develop, but some injuries can be […]
- What Are Common Types of Workplace Hand Injuries?
August 17, 2022Read More
Certain industries present greater workplace dangers than others. Most people think of construction as a dangerous industry, and it is, but it is not the only place where workers can get injured on the job. Hand injuries can happen at any job. Whether you are typing all day or working with heavy equipment, your hands […]
- Am I More at Risk of an Injury During the First Year of Employment?
July 22, 2022Read More
Starting a new job can be stressful, as new employees might worry about learning the ropes and impressing their bosses. Getting injured might not be in the forefront of their minds, but it is certainly something to think about. Several studies have shown that new workers are at higher risk of injuries during their first […]
- Which Industries See the Most Electrocution Accidents?
July 18, 2022Read More
Thousands of people in the United States lose their lives every year due to electrocution, including workers. While many happen electrocution accidents happen to construction workers and people working on utility lines, they can occur in offices and other places as well. Being aware of the dangers will help you to be proactive about preventing […]
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