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  • 3 Tips for Avoiding Back Injuries

    Back injuries can be caused by a variety of situations. Lifting heavy objects without support, slipping and falling on a wet floor, bending down ...
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  • Common Types of Hospital Workplace Injuries

    According to the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a hospital is the most dangerous place to work. ...
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  • What Types of Workers’ Comp Benefits Am I Entitled To?

    Being injured at work is a stressful experience. The financial burden of medical bills, on top of lost wages, is overwhelming for many who are trying ...
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  • Symptoms of Repetitive Stress Injuries

    Repetitive stress injuries often result from overuse or doing the same motions over and over again. If your job requires you to type all day, lift ...
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  • Employer Retaliation - What You Need to Know

    In a broad legal definition, employer retaliation refers to negative employment actions taken against an employee for participating in protected ...
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  • Employer Liability for Inadequate Training Injuries

    By law, employers owe a duty of care to their employees. This means they are responsible to provide adequate safety equipment and training to ensure ...
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  • Common Types of On-the-Job Knee Injuries

    The knee is the largest joint in the human body. Healthy knees allow you to stand, walk, run, and even sit and lay down. If your knee becomes injured ...
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  • What to Expect at a Workers' Compensation Hearing

    Hearings can be quite intimidating, especially if you have quite a bit on the line. Workers’ compensation hearings are no different, as they take ...
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