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Injured, killed road workers honored yesterday in Minnesota

If you were asked to name some of the most dangerous jobs in Minnesota, what would you say? If highway construction worker came to mind, you would be spot-on. Every day that highway workers are on the road, they are at risk for serious injury. Despite using bright orange cones, large signs and flashing arrows to direct traffic around them, all it takes is one distracted driver to cause a catastrophic accident.

If an employer makes it hard to seek workers' comp, you can sue

Imagine that you are injured on the job. Maybe you work in construction and are injured by a falling debris, or you were asked to carry heavy objects and pulled or sprained a muscle. Serious work injuries -- as some Minnesotans know -- result in expensive medical bills and necessary recovery time, during which you cannot work. To help cover the expenses for your injury, you apply for workers' compensation.

How cubical life is killing our backs

Many people in Minnesota know what it is like to spend eight hours a day in a cubical. Because so many jobs are technology-driven, sitting at a desk and staring at a computer screen is how many people get their work done. Office environments that encourage employees to be sedentary all day, however, may actually be causing people serious health problems.

Minnesota construction company fined for serious OSHA violation

Everyone in Minnesota expects some level of safety in their workplace. While some jobs are inherently more dangerous than others, Workers at least expect that their employers are following state and federal standards for maintaining a safe workplace -- and rightfully so. When an employer fails to offer employees a safe workplace, it is only a matter of time before a worker suffers a serious injury.

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