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Repetitive Tasks: Workers At Risk Of Elbow Injury

Some elbow injuries from repetitive motions can be avoided by using more ergonomic equipment.  Workers who perform repetitive activities are at a greater risk for elbow injuries. While anyone can sustain an elbow injury at work from an accident, when you perform repetitive activities like grasping or lifting, you are at a heightened risk of … Read more

Updated: January 29, 2017

Widow Sues Texas Industries For Work-Related Death

Contacting a workers’ compensation attorney as soon as possible after an accident is the best way to protect your rights. A Fort Worth, Texas woman is suing her husband’s former employer, Texas Industries, for administering a drug test and apparently waiting hours before calling 911 after he had an accident while at work. Texas Industries … Read more

Updated: July 27, 2021

Occupational Diseases Vs. Occupational Injuries

occupational illness and injuries

Many claims are denied on the grounds that there is no specific event that can be pinpointed as the cause of the injury. Occupational diseases are different from occupational injuries, though they can oftentimes be referred to interchangeably. The term “occupational injury” can be used to refer to any injury or condition resulting from conditions … Read more

Updated: February 12, 2021

Slip and Fall Accidents On The Job

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If you experience a fall while at work, you should follow normal procedures for filing a workers compensation claim. Falling on the job can lead to a serious injury. Falls can happen anywhere and are sometimes unavoidable. Depending on where your accident is, whoever owns the property that you were on at the time of … Read more

Updated: February 12, 2021

Foot and Ankle Injury Workers Compensation Claims

ankle sprain at work

Injuries like strains, sprains, breaks, or fractures, can require a significant amount of recovery time. People oftentimes take being able to do their job and go about their daily activities for granted. Having the full use of our hands and feet is something that we take for granted in our jobs and daily life until … Read more

Updated: April 4, 2024

Carpal Tunnel Work Injuries

carpal tunnel injuries at work

Pain, weakness, numbness, tingling in the thumb, index finger, and part of the ring finger can be indicative of carpal tunnel syndrome.  Carpal tunnel affects many employees who spend long hours in front of a computer at their job. Doing repetitive typing work can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. It can be more than mildly … Read more

Updated: February 23, 2022