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- The First Thing You Should Do when You Are Injured at Work
Companies throughout different states provide workers compensation benefits for injured workers. This is a way of protecting workers rights, as designed by state law.
- Risk Of Traumatic Brain Injuries On The Job
Traumatic brain injuries, also known as TBIs, are a serious public health issue in the United States.
- Workers' Compensation Programs are Failing Injured Workers
According to two reports recently released by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and ProPublica, injuries occurring in the workplace are costing Americans more and more money.
- Financial Worth of Amputation Injury Varies by State
There are numerous circumstances in which a worker could lose a limb in a workplace accident.
- Flaws with Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation System
There are some inherent problems within the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation system.
- Deadly Explosion at a Metal Production Plant
An explosion at a metal production plant with a history of safety violations has been ruled an accident by local police.
- OSHA Seeks Fines Following Roofer's Electrocution Death
A Pennsylvania remodeling company is being fined after one of their workers was fatally electrocuted on the job last September.
- How Does Workers’ Compensation Work?
Injured employees across the country are able to receive medical treatment and have a portion of their wages replaced after being injured in a work-related accident or becoming ill on the job through the workers’ compensation program. Employers and employees both have a number of responsibilities under the program.
- Federal Labor Laws
Employees in the United States are protected by a number of key regulations. In addition to any laws on the state level, employees are also protected by more than 180 federal laws administered by the Department of Labor alone. Here are some of the more common forms of protection.
- Fast Food Restaurant's Unsafe Practices
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has received new complaints filed against nine company-owned McDonald’s and 19 McDonald’s franchises that allege a variety of unsafe work practices.