When a Catastrophic Injury Occurs at Work

Catastrophic injuries occur suddenly, resulting in permanent inability to work Having a catastrophic injury has life-altering consequences, whether it’s the loss of a limb, the ability to walk or the ability to concentrate. Catastrophic injuries are suffered suddenly and result in fatalities, disfigurement or permanent disability requiring long-term medical treatment. Unlike severe injuries or those […]

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When a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is Suffered at Work

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) suffered at work is among the most severe occupational injuries. Just 40% of people who suffer a traumatic or non-traumatic brain injury are able to return to work after one or two years, according to the National Institutes of Health.

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Top 5 Questions When Considering a Personal Injury Claim for Worker Injury

If you’ve suffered a severe or catastrophic injury at work, you are likely concerned about the long-term impact on your lifestyle and financial situation.

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Understanding Your Employer’s Responsibilities Under OSHA

Understanding your employers’ responsibilities under OSHA is important when you are injured at work. Non-compliant employers may face legal liability and fines in the event of a worker injury.

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Severe Worker Injuries Have Heavy Emotional, Financial Impact on Families

Life-altering severe worker injuries take a toll on injured workers and also have a heavy emotional and financial impact on families.

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Workers’ Memorial Day Recognizes Worker Sacrifices

Workers’ Memorial Day, April 28, recognizes workers who died or suffered injuries s at work and encourage efforts to achieve safer, healthier workplaces.

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Most Dangerous Industries for Catastrophic Injuries, Fatalities

Injuries can happen in any workplace. Here are the most dangerous industries for catastrophic injuries and fatalities.

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When is a Workplace Injury Catastrophic?

Many victims of catastrophic injuries do not comprehend the severe long-term financial consequences and lifestyle impact due to their injury.

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Difference Between Workers’ Comp and Third-Party Claim

Third party lawsuit settlements can include damages not available through workers’ compensation such as pain and suffering and loss of future earnings.

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Do I Need a Lawyer For a Workplace Injury?

When an employee suffers a workplace injury workers’ compensation coverage will cover a portion of lost wages for the duration of time your doctor says you should refrain from working and medical expenses related to the injury.

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