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Recognizing the Contributions Of U.S. Labor
September 07, 2020

American workers and the unions they belong to have transformed a once agrarian nation into an industrial and technological powerhouse. Since the late 1800’s, labor unions and the workers they represent have worked hard to […]

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Riots Are Pushing Police to File Workers’ Comp Claims
August 25, 2020

Rioters in cities across the country are injuring thousands of law enforcement personnel and causing many to file workers’ compensation claims. Riots in Minneapolis, Chicago, Las Vegas, and other cities have made it increasingly hazardous for […]

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How Firefighters Can Protect Themselves from Covid-19
July 23, 2020

Nearly 2.5 million Americans are confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 which means that firefighters are at considerable risk of coming into contact with the virus. Firefighters and the fire departments they work for need […]

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Food Processing Workers Exposed to Covid, Other Infectious Diseases
July 16, 2020

Individuals working in meat and food processing facilities are at considerable risk of acquiring respiratory infections, including COVID-19. Close working conditions, inadequate sanitation facilities, lack of personal protective equipment, and damp conditions create a perfect environment for […]

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How Security Company Negligence Can Impact Your Workers’ Comp Claim
July 09, 2020

Security companies hired by employers can be liable for personal injuries and wrongful deaths caused by their negligence. There are many ways a security company can be negligent. These include negligent hiring, negligent training, negligent […]

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The Most Common Injuries for Police Officers
June 22, 2020

Police officers are at considerable risk of suffering broken bones, sprains, strains, cuts, bruises, and other injuries. Police work is one of the most dangerous professions in the United States. Nationwide, law enforcement officers are […]

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Can Worker’s Comp Insurers Force You to Have Surgery?
June 15, 2020

Employers’ and workers’ compensation programs eager to get people back to work may force employees to undergo surgical procedures against their wishes. Provisions within the law can result in claims denial or a termination of […]

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EMS Workers Facing Risks of Coronavirus
June 08, 2020

EMS workers are at significant risk of contracting COVID-19 in the performance of their work-related duties. EMS service providers in the United States have a duty of care to ensure their employees have proper protective […]

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Police Officers Exposed to the Coronavirus: Here’s What You Should Know
May 27, 2020

COVID-19 exposures are rising among first responders and law enforcement officers have one more issue to worry about on the firing line. Police officers in Nevada who contract coronavirus while on duty may be eligible to […]

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Did Delivery Driver Fatigue Cause You to Get Hurt on the Job?
May 20, 2020

Drowsy truck drivers are a danger to themselves, to other motorists, and to individuals working in warehouses and facilities servicing large trucks. Drowsy drivers have slower reaction times and diminished mental faculties which can facilitate […]

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