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February 2013 Archives

Mark first-day workplace accident as a major 'never event'

There's a term used in the medical profession for actions that are just not supposed to happen. They're called "never events." Counted on a government list of 25 such events are things like operating on the wrong site, transplanting an incompatible organ, transfusing incompatible blood products and leaving foreign surgical equipment in a patient's body.

Workshop explosion and fire injure worker and firefighter

When disaster strikes in a work environment, the dangers to employees are immense. If the work place involves heavy industry, hazardous materials can pose a threat not just to the workers at the site, but the emergency crews that respond to the catastrophe. Anyone who suffers injury on the job has benefits coming. To ensure the fullness of that coverage is obtained, it helps to consult with an experienced attorney.

Tree trim worker breaks leg in freak crane accident

Everyone has likely seen those big truck-mounted cranes. They make their way around Bucks County and other communities, being put to use as needed on all sorts of projects. Sometimes they help put things up. Sometimes they help bring things down. Sometimes things go wrong and job sight accidents occur that prompt workers' compensation situations.

Steel plant accident sends worker to hospital

Every job has its risks. Even a person working at a computer terminal doing some incidental word processing can become the victim of an accident that results in serious workplace injury. But as any experienced workers' compensation attorney can tell you, there are certain jobs that carry greater risks than others.

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