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Common Workplace Injuries

Earlier this year, the National Safety Council issued an update on rates of workplace injuries throughout the United States. Many of these statistics come as a surprise, as a lot of people are unaware of the sheer quantity of workplace injuries that occur. According to the NSC, a worker gets injured on the job every […]

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West Virginia Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Include PTSD for First Responders

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is common amongst first responders and can have serious impacts on their lives. West Virginia lawmakers introduced two bills this week that aim to have PTSD included as an occupational hazard and would cover those impacted under workers’ compensation. 84 percent of first responders have experienced traumatic events on the job, […]

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OSHA Fines for Workplace Safety Violations Rise

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, recently announced that there will be an increase in fines for violations of workplace safety in 2019. The fines are being increased to adjust to inflation and will go into effect once they have been officially published in the Federal Register. The new maximum penalties for violations […]

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New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation Information

Getting injured on the job is a very serious situation that can result in life-long consequences. While you may feel overwhelmed by the sheer impact of a serious injury, it is important to take some time to understand the ins and outs of the legal process ahead. Often, workers’ compensation cases can be complicated so […]

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What is an occupational disease?

Workers’ compensation is largely associated with a person becoming injured on the job. While this is completely accurate, a lot of people fail to realize that there is another group of people who may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. Individuals who have suffered from an illness or disease as a result of their occupation can […]

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