Work Injury

16
AUG
2018
On the job injury of one worker fallen from a ladder

Does Your Job Put You At High Risk for Injury?

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It almost goes without saying that some jobs put workers are at higher risk than others. For example, some professions involve sedentary work – without the use of any type of dangerous machinery. Meanwhile, police officers and firefighters are faced with danger on a daily basis....
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29
OCT
2015
workers compensation

Factors To Consider When Valuing Your Construction Accident Case

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Construction accidents can be one of the most catastrophic types of personal injury accidents – especially for construction workers. According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), in 2014 nearly 4,700 construction workers were killed from work-related...
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21
OCT
2015
construction worker

Amputations: Extra Money for Work Injuries

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All types of work-related injuries can be significant.  Many are even permanent in nature and character.  What about amputations?  Did you know there is extra money designated for work injuries that involve amputation? What is an Amputation? Although the definition of an...
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22
MAY
2013
Construction accident

Do I Need a New Jersey Workers Compensation Attorney?

From offices to construction sites, all workplace environments are associated with certain hazards that can result in serious accidents to the workers. The New Jersey workers’ compensation system is designed to protect employees by requiring employers to have workers’...
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18
FEB
2013
Construction accident

Machine-Related Work Injuries

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Employers rely heavily on machinery for nearly every aspect of work. Unfortunately, all too often workers suffer serious injuries due to negligence or defect. A claim may be handled through worker’s compensation, but if a third party is responsible, such as the manufacturer of...
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25
OCT
2012
Constuction

Construction Crane Accidents

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In May 2012, a 34-year-old man fell about 45 feet and was fatally injured when the mobile boom lift he was operating toppled at a construction site in Se caucus. The worker was in the lift’s bucket when the lift fell from a sloped area of the four-story building’s construction...
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22
OCT
2012

Workplace Injuries Due to Animals

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A dog biting a mailman is a stereotypical, but real, workplace injury. You may be surprised to learn that many employees are injured by animals every year. The number of work-related injuries and illnesses involving animals is higher than the national average. If you’ve...
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18
OCT
2012
Construction accident

Retaliation Against Employees for Reporting Workplace Injuries

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All employees have the basic “core” right to report work-related injuries and illnesses. In fact, it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against a worker for reporting an injury or illness. Such retaliation is considered workplace discrimination. If you have suffered...
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15
OCT
2012
Construction accident

Fatal Workplace Injuries

Fatal injuries at the workplace were down slightly in 2011 from 2010. The rate of fatal work injuries for U.S. workers in 2011 was 3.5 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers. Those who have been injured in the workplace can truly benefit from a New Jersey injury lawyer like Dan...
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25
NOV
2011
Construction accident

OSHA Regulations Regarding Eye and Face Protection

Employers who don’t follow the guidelines of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for employee protection may be liable for severe penalties and subject to workers’ compensation lawsuits. Workers in hazardous environments are required to wear appropriate eye...
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