Burn injuries are extremely painful. Treatment for burns can be costly, and a physical handicap can be detrimental for the injured party. What can a company do to keep its workers safe? Is there anything that employees can do to protect themselves in the event of an accident? In this article, our  personal injury want…

When you think of people who were hurt on the job, you probably think of people who have suffered from a broken bone or a traumatic head injury. What you might not consider, however, are diseases that can come about as a result of harmful exposure to toxins, chemicals, and infectious or contaminated blood and…

There’s an important new number in workplace safety: 10,388. That’s the number of workers who suffered serious work injuries in the United States during 2015. The number was captured largely due to new record keeping and reporting requirements put in place by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the agency directly responsible for workplace safety….

There was good news and bad news when it comes to workplace safety last year: serious workplace injury and illness was down from the previous year, but fatal on-the-job accidents hit a 7-year high. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a division of the US Department of Labor, released preliminary workplace injury and illness data…

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