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November 2017 Archives

Is a safety violation making your work site dangerous?

You probably already know that the construction industry is a dangerous one to work in. Every year, according to statistics from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, thousands of construction workers in Minnesota and across the country die or sustain serious injuries on the job. Despite the precautions you take to keep yourself and others safe at your work site, you might be at risk from safety violations.

Woman dies in work transportation accident

Family members who have loved ones employed in the construction industry in Minnesota should be able to trust that employers maintain strict safety standards on job worksites so that their relatives can be kept safe from injury when performing their jobs. This can include not only implementing safety protocols but educating all workers on those protocols and enforcing their adherence.

What are the steps in the workers' comp claims process?

If you get injured on the job in Minnesota, you need to make sure take the proper steps to make your workers' compensation claim. Any legitimate on-the-job injury makes you eligible to seek compensation for lost wages, medical bills and possibly other expenses related to the injury. However, if you do not follow the right procedure to make your claim, you could be denied any benefits.

Treating scars from workplace injuries

Minnesota workers like you who have suffered through traumatic and painful accidents at the workplace may be left with unfortunate reminders. Scars can last a long time, and some may not heal properly at all. Fortunately, there are options available to you if you're looking to reduce the appearance of any scars that may linger.

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