Posted in Workers Compensation on January 21, 2021
Five Ways To Prevent Burns In The Workplace Be awake of rules and safety techniques. Take extra precaution when handling hot oil or grease. Wear the proper PPE and clothing. Have properly functioning fire-extinguishing, equipment, first AID kits and eyewash stations. Pay attentions to your surroundings and movements.
Fall Prevention Week
Posted in Personal Injury,Workers Compensation on September 5, 2018
In the construction industry, falls are the most frequently occurring types of accidents resulting in fatalities. Experience does not seem to reduce the risk, almost all fall accidents take place at elevations of less than 30 ft. among workers with 10 years of experience or more. What we have to keep in mind is that […]
¡Felicidades a Ronnie Pellitero!
Posted in Workers Compensation on October 26, 2017
¡Felicidades a Ronnie Pellitero! Otro caso cerrado con éxito: Más de $3 Millones por compensación laboral.
Occupational Heat Exposure
Posted in Workers Compensation on July 18, 2017
The following is an article from OSHA. We believe this topic is very important and want our clients and website viewers to be aware of this. Many people are exposed to heat on the job, outdoors or in hot indoor environments. Operations involving high air temperatures, radiant heat sources, high humidity, direct physical contact with […]
What is workers’ compensation?
Posted in Workers Compensation on March 1, 2016
Every state has passed workers’ compensation laws that provide benefits to employees injured at work. These laws have a variety of names, such as workers’ compensation, workman’s compensation, worker’s compensation, or work comp. These laws require that employees suffering on-the-job injuries receive compensation to replace lost wages and cover medical expenses. Most state laws provide […]