Employers Have a Duty to Keep Their Employees Safe

Employees and workers of all types and in all industries have the right to assume they will be reasonably protected by their employers from harm and hazards. An employer who...

Most Common Workplace Injuries

No matter what kind of work you do, there is always a chance of getting hurt, although the risk is far greater is some industries compared to others. According to the...

Steps to Take After Being Hurt in a Warehouse Accident

Warehouse careers are on the rise across America as more and more companies shift industrial jobs back to the States. With so many people employed in a warehouse of some make...

Attorney Brooks Secures $900,000 Settlement in Construction Worker Injury Case

Construction can be a tremendously dangerous industry, even at the best of times. Between falls from great heights, heavy machinery, and falling debris, accidents that occur...

Preventing Machining Accidents with Lock-Out Procedures

Some of the most dangerous and deadly workplace accidents are caught-in/between and machining accidents. Workers caught inside or near heavy machining that activates...

Why Is My Workplace Injury Case Taking So Long?

While many workers’ compensation claims are quickly resolved – typically within six months to two years – some may take longer. For example, if you suffered an injury...

How to Help Prevent Slip & Fall Accidents in Your Workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) collects and records information and data related to workplace accidents all around the country. According to its...

Filing a Workers' Comp Case? Don't Make these Mistakes!

Workplace injuries can be devastating, especially if you are faced with severe life-altering injuries. It could be even more frustrating if your injury was a result of the...

Seeking Compensation for an Occupational Disease or Illness

Many workers are exposed to dangerous substances, chemicals, and materials as part of their expected job duties. For employees in a medical field, they may spend the entirety...

How OSHA's New Ruling Affects You

Effective August 10, 2016, employers in the United States are required to have a “reasonable procedure” for workers to report workplace injuries and illnesses in both a...