What Types Of Injuries Can You File A Workers Compensation Claim For?
Work Injury,Workers' Compensation -
February 25, 2020
Nobody wants to think about getting hurt when they go to work. Unfortunately, there are times when work injuries do occur. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows us that approximately 2.8 million Americans sustained nonfatal work injuries or illnesses last year. That number is almost identical to the year prior. Thankfully,…
What Are Signs Of A Brain Injury After A Serious Car Accident?
Automobile Accidents,Personal Injury -
February 21, 2020
Brain injuries can be devastating for victims of car accidents. Unfortunately, they are also often hard to detect, and they have a wide range of symptoms. Brain injuries are not usually as visible as injuries like broken bones, lacerations, or bruises. There are varying levels of severity when it comes to brain injuries, and any…
Ways to Protect Yourself Against Spreading Coronavirus
All Others -
February 20, 2020
There is no denying that the Wuhan coronavirus has become a major global threat. The illnesses, which seems to have spread from humans to animals in Wuhan, China, is now rapidly spreading around the globe via person-to-person exposure. The death toll is steadily increasing, and it is becoming more clear just how easily this virus…
Common Overlooked Workplace Injuries To Be On The Lookout For In 2020
Injured on the Job,Work Injury,Workers' Compensation -
February 19, 2020
When it comes to the workplace, you want to stay safe. Any workplace injury has the potential to cause immense pain and suffering and a loss of income. Unfortunately, work injuries are not uncommon in the United States. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), we know that there were approximately 2.8 million…
10 Ergonomic Tips To Avoid Injuries At Work
Injured on the Job -
February 19, 2020
Most of us have to work, and we should not have to worry about getting injured on-the-job. However, workplace injuries are a major problem in this country. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were approximately 2.8 million total non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses during the latest reporting year across the US….