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  • Is Your Job Causing You Repetitive Stress Injuries? March 26, 2014
    Most people work in a profession they love, while others work to get by. Whatever the case may be, even the best or worst job can cause both stress and work-related injuries. Whether it’s an injury from office work or ...
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  • The Many Dangers to Factory Workers March 25, 2014
    One of the worst factory accidents in the history of the United States – the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire – occurred 103 years ago today. Even today, despite the existence of OSHA and other safety regulations, factory jobs continue to ...
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  • Top Five On-the-Job Injuries February 18, 2014
    Workers’ Compensation insurance provides medical benefits and wage replacement to any worker who has been injured on the job. While construction leads the pack in terms of on-the-job injuries, all employers should take proper care that their employees are not ...
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  • Painful Carpal Tunnel Syndrome January 23, 2014
    The pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome does not discriminate. It can affect anyone, and has many causes: An office worker from using a computer mouse A supermarket clerk swiping and loading groceries A musician who spends many hours playing an instrument A factory worker ...
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  • What are Activities of Daily Living? January 20, 2014
    If you are in the process of claiming SSDI benefits, you may have seen the term “Activities of Daily Living.” This term (sometimes abbreviated as “ADL”) refers to the  functions that you normally perform on a day-to-day basis. Some examples ...
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  • The Most Dangerous Cities for Workers in Georgia December 23, 2013
    The most dangerous cities in Georgia in which to work are: Gainesville Claxton Cumming Carrollton Lithonia What do all of these Georgia cities have in common? Each of them is home to a meatpacking plant. You might be thinking to yourself, “Here we go: another ...
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  • Seasonal Retail Workers Injured on the Job December 17, 2013
    If you work in the retail business, you know that there are numerous hazards that you must constantly keep in mind to avoid injury. Here are just a few common examples: Slipping or falling due to debris or wet floors Using ladders ...
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  • Is Your Herniated Disc Holding You Back? November 22, 2013
    Back problems are not only extremely painful, but also disruptive to your daily life. Severe back pain can take its toll on even the strongest of us, and a herniated disc is the leader of the back pain pack. Back ...
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  • Does Citizenship Affect My Workers Comp Suit? November 20, 2013
    It is no secret that in the US, there are a large number of undocumented immigrants at work every day to support their families. What happens when one of these workers gets injured on the job? Do they have the ...
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  • Private Investigators and Worker’s Comp Cases: They Could Be Watching November 12, 2013
    We’ve all seen it in the movies and on television. The police suspect illegal activities are going on in a certain house, so they set up a surveillance van. The occupants keep an eye on the comings and goings of ...
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