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October 2014 Archives

Oklahoma business under investigation for construction accident

Although the risks of construction work may seem apparent -- after all, big equipment, scaffolding and heavy building materials may be involved -- there continue to be an unacceptable number of construction injuries each year.

Does race affect the likelihood of a workplace injury?

An attorney that focuses on workers’ compensation claims knows that there is no guarantee that an employer’s insurance provider will fully make an injured worker whole. Disagreements may arise about the scope of rehabilitative treatments or other benefits requested by an injured employee.

Taking a closer look at food worker safety

We’ve explored a variety of safety concerns in this workers’ compensation blog, often involving workplaces with visible potential hazards, like construction sites. However, a recent article reminds us that there may be specific workplace safety concerns associated with many different types of industries. The food and beverage manufacturing industry is one of those.

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