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Deadly explosion leads to lawsuits

A bar exploded in Wisconsin, and the blast was big enough to destroy surrounding businesses. It all happened while workers were trying to put in fiber communication lines. Through some mistakes in what information they were given, they did not know where the gas main was located, and they hit it. The gas blew up the bar and sent a fireball soaring skyward.

Chronic pain and the American worker: A common problem

People often assume that workplace injuries are one-time events that heal up eventually and have no lasting impact. A broken leg from a fall off of a ladder is all but forgotten about, for instance. A minor scar is the only reminder of a cut from a power tool.

6 signs of a neck injury

Neck injuries are incredibly serious and it is important to identify them quickly. Attempting to move a person with a neck injury, even if you're just trying to assist them, can actually make things far worse and may lead to paralysis.

Wausau man mourned after workplace death

Renters often have mixed feelings about building managers and superintendents. The right one can be just the attentive and responsive presence you want taking care of your home, while anyone else can prove an annoyance or worse. But building maintenance is a dangerous job, rated near construction and emergency services as risky to life and limb.

Common causes of neck injuries on the job

Neck injuries can be an absolute pain to deal with no matter how severe. They can lead to more serious issues involving your spine, muscles, shoulders and head if not treated properly. You don't have to work in a dangerous industry to suffer a neck injury on the job. It can be caused by lack of attention, poor safety policies, accidents and much more.

Preventing head injuries on the job in Wisconsin

When you head out the door for work each morning, you likely aren't thinking about safety. Even though you know you have to be safe in all you do it likely isn't at the front of your mind. That needs to change if you want to prevent head injuries while on the job in Wisconsin. Here's how you can avoid those injuries so you don't miss time at work.

Progress being made on refinery recovery following explosion

The company that owns the refinery that experienced a series of explosions and fires last week in Wisconsin has said that progress is being made in the recovery efforts. Husky Energy gave an update to the recovery process going on at the refinery in Superior, which was temporarily evacuated the day of the incident. The incident injured 20 workers and left oil all over the area.

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