I read once that if something drives you crazy, you should scream in to a pillow. I don’t do that, but if I did it would be because of the calls I get and cases I read about where I can’t believe ... Read More
There is a direct correlation between the level of employee engagement and overall safety performance. Improving employee engagement might just improve workplace safety. Sometimes we have to look outside ... Read More
Every injured employee on transitional duty should meet WEEKLY with the Transitional Duty (TD) Coordinator, if your company has one, or the supervisor in charge of the injured worker’s return to work. ... Read More
It’s Rail Safety Week in North America. This is a campaign to raise awareness for rail safety education and empower all of us to stay safe near highway-rail grade crossings and ... Read More
Did you know that television’s beloved Fred Rogers, a/k/a Mr. Rogers, was a Navy SEAL sniper in an earlier career? Or if you lose a tooth and place it in a glass of Coca-Cola at bedtime, by morning it ... Read More
An unheralded recent decision of the Florida First District Court was rendered in August 2020: Guerlande v. Delray Beach Fairfield Inn and Suites, Case No. 1D19-2104 (August 19, 2020). The decision ... Read More
Claimant filed a Petition alleging a 9/10/19 injury to the right wrist, elbow, and shoulder, ongoing total disability following approximately 4 weeks of modified duty work, and seeking payment for all ... Read More
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Worker Killed Filling Potholes St. Clair Shores, MI (WorkersCompensation.com) – The driver of a car that struck and killed a construction worker earlier this week has turned himself into authorities.
Officials said that Zach ...