April 2019 Archives

Claiming workers' compensation after a construction accident

If you work in the construction industry, you will be exposed to high levels of risk every day. These risks include dangerous machinery, working on potentiality dangerous structures, and falling objects. As a construction worker, you will be relieved to know that, in most situations, you will be able to financially mitigate these risks through workers' compensation.

Stay safe while exploring on your motorcycle

Now that motorcyclists are heading out more to enjoy the beautiful weather, all drivers need to pay extra attention to ensure they don't hit any of them. The issue with this is that many drivers won't take that step. Instead, they only worry about reaching their destination and how they can do that as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this puts the motorcyclists in direct danger of being involved in a crash.

What to do if you see a drunk driver

Have you ever been driving across Wilmington and seen another driver behaving oddly? Maybe he is driving at night without his lights on or perhaps he is drifting a little too close to the edge of the lane.

Trucking crash causes determine liability

Semitrucks provide a valuable service to businesses and consumers, but this doesn't come without a serious risk. The size of these trucks and the weight mean that they are potentially deadly weapons that are moving about freely on the interstates. If you are struck by a semitruck on the interstate, you should determine whether you need to seek compensation or not. By seeking compensation, you are trying to shift the financial difficult to the liable party.

Common risks that daycare workers face

Daycare workers have an important job of trying to help young children to remain safe and learn while they are away from their parents. Unfortunately, there are many hazards that come along with this very rewarding job. It is imperative that all daycares have adequate safety protocol to help ensure that workers don't suffer unnecessary injuries or illnesses as a result of caring for the tykes.

Safety tips all businesses can use

Keeping a workplace clean and tidy is important for worker health and safety. Employers must ensure that they have set standards for cleanliness, especially if there are hazardous substances or conditions. The rules and guidelines that are set have to be clear, but the employer also has to provide the tools necessary to get the job done.

Spinal cord injury classifications are important

Spinal cord injuries can impact the victim in a variety of ways. It is imperative that anyone who has this type of injury understands the specifics of their injury so that they can prepare for what is to come. Many things can impact the way that the injury impacts your life after the accident. Some of these include the initial injury, the loss of oxygen and the spinal shock that occurs.

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