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Man suffers fatal workplace injuries at distribution center

In many workplaces in California and across the country, there are several known health and safety hazards. As a result, workers take precautions to ensure their safety. Unfortunately, some workplace injuries result from unexpected accidents due to unforeseen hazards. Such appears to be the case at an out-of-state workplace; a worker passed away as a result of injuries suffered in a workplace accident.

Man dies from workplace injuries following industrial accident

When walking through the average workplace in California, an observer can likely notice indicators that employee safety is a top priority. There are often warning signs and protective gear visible throughout a business. Unfortunately, despite these efforts employees can still suffer workplace injuries that often prove fatal.

Workers' compensation and back pain

Many employees in California drive to work every day to earn a paycheck, but they may also be gaining something else: back pain. Whether a worker is stocking shelves at a grocery store, raising beams at a construction site or building cars in a factory, the possibility of injuring back muscles exists in many different jobs. Here are some of the basics about workers' compensation and back pain.

Man airlifted after suffering workplace injuries

There are many potential risks in all workplaces in California and across the country despite the efforts that employers have in place to protect workers. However, there is likely nothing more terrifying for a person working in the field alone than suffering serious workplace injuries. Unfortunately, one man recently experienced such a situation, having to call emergency responders for help.

Top 3 things you should know about workers' comp

The state of California has approved hundreds of millions of dollars in workers' comp payments. Thousands of cases are filed every year, though, and summarily denied. Many people who have suffered workplace injuries are left wondering what must be done in order to get the compensation they are due. There is no winning formula, but there are several things you should be aware of if you are planning on filing for workers' comp. The following three tips may make the process easier if you follow them. 

Man suffers fatal workplace injuries due to tree branch

No workplace in California is completely devoid of safety risks. As a result, the Occupational Safety and health Administration has created various standards in order to protect workers while they complete their job responsibilities. Unfortunately, even the most stringent of standards cannot completely prevent workplace injuries. Investigators are likely investigating a recent incident that resulted in one man's death.

Surgical team responds after man suffers workplace injuries

Manufacturing facilities in California and across the United States often have strict guidelines in place in order to protect the health and safety of their employees. However, there are unexpected situations that may arise that can still result in workplace injuries. In fact, a surgical team was required at the scene of an accident that occurred at one out-of-state facility.

Man falls into mixing tank, suffers fatal workplace injuries

As people in California go through their workday, they likely have routine tasks that they complete. Despite their familiarity with these tasks, there is still danger in them. For example, a man in another state recently suffered fatal workplace injuries during a process that had likely been performed multiple times at the facility where he was working.

Construction accidents often prove fatal

Most people would agree that police officers and firefighters have dangerous jobs. However, many people in California may be unaware of the fact that those who work in construction also face significant workplace dangers. Unfortunately, construction accidents not only cause serious injuries but often prove fatal. For example, one man in another state recently died due to a workplace accident.

Man's workplace injuries prove fatal

All professions hold some degree of risk. While there are certain measures that can be taken to decrease these risks, no workplace in California is completely without the possibility of workplace injuries. Unfortunately, one man recently lost his life following a workplace accident that happened in another state.

Man passes away due to workplace injuries; investigation ongoing

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is tasked with the responsibility of protecting the health of employees. Despite the standards the federal agency has in place, workers in California and across the country still fall victim to workplace injuries. In same cases, such as a recent accident in another state, injuries can be fatal.

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    Construction site accident resulting in cervical fusion

  3. 100% Permanent Disability Award

    Workers Compensation - Multiple injuries to State worker

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    Truck v. pedestrian accident resulting in multiple factures.

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    Workers Compensation - spine injury with guaranteed payments for life.

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    Motorcycle v. car accident resulting in multiple fractures and scarring.

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    Medical Malpractice - Endotracheal injury during surgery resulting in death.

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    Disputed liability car v. truck collision.

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    Workers Compensation - Spinal injuries to delivery driver.

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