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When Scaffolding Gives Way
Wednesday Oct 17th

Scaffolding failure can cause serious, potentially lethal injuries. When falls from height occur, a workers’ comp lawyer can help investigate […]

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Did Your Fall Accient Leave You Hanging?
Wednesday Sep 19th

Fall arrest systems, including safety straps, harnesses, and cables can cause suspension trauma, or orthostatic intolerance, if a worker remains […]

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Common Disputes in Workers’ Compensation Claims
Monday Jul 16th

Workers’ compensation claims are commonly disputed by employers because of differences over the severity of the injury, prior injuries, or […]

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Can an Estate Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits When a Worker Is Killed?
Monday Jun 18th

The estate of workers in Illinois can receive death benefits when a worker is killed on the job. This helps […]

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Why Over One Third of Employers Aren’t Filing Electronic Injury Reports
Wednesday May 16th

In Illinois, employers with 250 or more employees and companies in high-risk industries that have 20 to 249 employees were […]

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Are You a Safe Worker?
Wednesday Mar 14th

Identifying unsafe work habits and adhering to safe work practices is one-way workers can prevent themselves, and others, from becoming […]

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When an Injury Exacerbates Your Pre-Existing Condition
Tuesday Jan 9th

When Illinois workers suffer aggravation of their pre-existing conditions because of workplace accidents, they may be able to recover workers’ […]

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Emergency in the Workplace: Are You Ready?
Thursday Dec 14th

The best way to prevent serious injuries and fatalities to workers, customers, and the public is to be prepared for […]

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Shift Work Puts Workers at Risk
Tuesday Nov 14th

Shift work and long work hours are associated with an increased risk of a variety of health problems and work-related […]

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Rollback of Beryllium Rule Puts Workers at Risk
Monday Oct 23rd

After lobbying efforts by the Abrasive Blasting Manufacturers Alliance and other industry insiders, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced […]

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