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July 2014 Archives

More judges needed to handle coal miner compensation claims

Those who work in the coal mining industry experience unique risks that those in other industries do not face. One of these risks is that of developing a condition called "black lung disease," which is a generic name for any lung disease stemming from inhalation of coal dust. The condition involves symptoms of coughing, airway obstruction and shortness of breath, and it is incurable.

Injured trucker finally gets the benefits he deserves

One of the things we've mentioned on this blog before is that employers do not always cooperate when it comes to workers' compensation claims. There are various ways employers can put up roadblocks to a worker receiving appropriate compensation. Among them are using an employee's suspected citizenship status. Don't think employers are above this tactic. A recent case shows they aren't.

Worker killed in sugar plant accident was temporary hire

A 50-year old temporary worker who died at a Fairless Hills sugar plant in February 2013 was recently the subject of a broadcast on a popular American Spanish language broadcast television network by the name of Univisión. The worker reportedly died after he was buried alive in a sugar hopper while trying to unclog it.

Amazon criticized for two warehouse fatalities

Workplace safety is something all of us should be concerned about. Regardless of your line of work, there is the potential for workplace accidents. That said, some work environments do present greater risk for workers. Warehouse work would be an example of work that presents greater risk of injury, and this is highlighted in recent fatal accidents involving temporary workers for the online retail giant Amazon.com.

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