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Avoid letting deadlines pass in workers' compensation cases

Accidents at work are nightmares for hardworking men and women. When these do occur, some workers might try to hide the injury because they are worried about keeping their job. This isn't something that should occur because the worker might suffer more harm trying to keep on working at a normal pace.

Lawmakers concerned about safety conditions of local plants

Both state and federal lawmakers in Wisconsin have contacted government agencies to investigate environmental and workplace concerns at several industrial drum reconditioning plants located in the Milwaukee area.

Amputation: The second in 2 months for local company's workforce

Amputations are no joke; they happen suddenly and impact a worker for a long period of time. It takes months or years to relearn to use the body part if it can be reattached; if not, the person may need to have several surgeries and need to learn to use a prosthetic. The high impact of an amputation is why those who are hurt at work in this manner should seek out as much from workers' compensation as they are entitled to. There may be other benefits they can claim as well.

Wisconsin worker death leads to heavy fines for company

When you get hurt at work, it's usually because someone made a mistake or was negligent in warning you about risks. Most employers take safety very seriously, and few will ever be found to have violated regulations and laws created to keep you safe. The problem isn't those workplaces; instead, it's the workplaces run by employers who take a lackadaisical approach to safety that you have to watch out for. In those workplaces, it's more likely for you to get hurt or be killed.

Enough bad judgment to go around

Small businesses are inherently much more nimble than large corporations are. Decisions can be made quickly and because the owner, manager and employees may all know each other very well, the business may have a genuine interest in the well-being of its employees. In a large corporation, there may be much talk of teamwork, but it is unlikely that most of the upper-level managers have ever met many of their employees.

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