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Job Injuries

On-the-Job Injuries: What You Need to Know for Your Business

Unfortunately, employees can be injured on the job, especially if they have a dangerous occupation. However, here's what you need to know about job injuries to protect your business and empower your employees.

Work-Related Injuries: What Are Employers’ Responsibilities?

Accidents are unexpected by definition. Accidents do happen, however, and sometimes they happen on the job. When they do, work-related injuries sometimes ensue. What's more, both employees and employers bear a certain amount of responsibility when that occurs.

How to Avoid the Most Common Factory Injuries

Working in a factory definitely comes with some risks. While there are plenty of health and safety regulations to help ensure that companies have...
How to Stay Safe on the Job

How to Stay Safe on the Job

Safety at work largely depends on how familiar the employer is with the hazards of their workplace. Help your employees stay safe on the job.
How Much Liability Does Uber Need to Have for Drivers?

How Much Liability Does Uber Need to Have for Drivers?

How much liability does Uber need to have for drivers? In the first quarter of 2022 alone, Uber had $23.199 billion in liability claims. Agruss Law Firm in Chicago advises that liability depends on various circumstances.
Premises

4 Ways to Keep Your Clients Safe on Your Business Premises

No matter what industry you are working in, you are responsible for the safety of your visitors while on your premises. Here are four ways to prevent injuries from occurring at your business.
Common Reasons Employees Seek Restitution

Common Reasons People Seek Restitution from Their Employers

Workplace mistreatment is hardly uncommon in the US. However, the fact that this type of behavior is widespread doesn’t make it any less unacceptable. In this post we list some common reasons workers seek restitution from their employers.
Safety Issues for Businesses with Customers in the Workplace

Safety Issues for Businesses with Customers in the Workplace

Millions of employees suffer work-related injuries every year. If you are starting a business or hoping to improve your business safety approach, here are some critical health and safety issues to keep in mind, especially if you routinely have customers in your workplace.
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How to Lower the Risk of Your Drivers Having Truck Accidents

If your business involves truck drivers delivering goods to customers or clients, you’ll want to ensure to minimize the risk of your drivers having truck accidents as much as possible. But how exactly do you do that?
Compensation

How Workers’ Compensation Insurance Protects Your Business

Depending on the risk of your industry and the size of your company, workers' compensation insurance can be costly. However, it is required and necessary. Here's how insurance protects your business.
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Workplace Injury? What Steps Should Employees Take?

Note to employers: We recommend that you print out and post the following article in the company breakroom. This will help employees understand what to do in case of a workplace injury and demonstrate to them that you have their best interests at heart.
Injury

When Can a Business Be Sued for Personal Injury?

Businesses that welcome customers into their buildings and offices are at risk of facing legal action from personal injury lawsuits if they do not create a safe environment for their customers to experience. If someone is injured on their premises they can sue the business for personal injury if found negligent.
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Technological Innovations Streamline Healthcare Management

As technology evolves, it plays a significant role in the medical industry. Basically, it allows doctors and patients to stay connected, streamlining healthcare management and creating a higher level of safety for many.
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PPE Protects Workers in Hazardous Industries

Personal protective equipment (PPE) comes in all shapes and sizes. It protects workers from physical hazards that can affect their quality of life. In this article, we have narrowed down the most important PPE that employers must provide.
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Safety Measures for a Construction Business

Health and safety measures are crucial to running any business. From having a fire evacuation plan to training staff in first aid, there are plenty of things all employers should be doing to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries in the workplace. Here we investigate these issues.
Dental

5 Biggest Business Mistakes Dental Practices Must Avoid

Although the failure rate is low, dentists who don’t manage their practices responsibly are more likely to run into problems that can lead to bankruptcy. Here are five business mistakes your dental practice must avoid to be successful.
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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Dealing with a wrongful death is upsetting and devastating. But the law has restrictions on who can bring such a claim. Read on to find out more.
Furniture

Office Furniture: How to Pick the Best Pieces for Your Space

Are you trying to find the right furniture to meet the needs of your business? If so, you will probably see there are plenty of options available. Here are a few tips to consider to help you pick the best pieces for your business.
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5 Mistakes Construction Project Managers Must Avoid

Are you managing a construction project and want to ensure you don’t make any blunders? Read this article to learn about five common mistakes a construction project manager should avoid.
Protect Your Business

OSHA Violations: How to Protect Your Business

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a federal agency created to protect the safety of all U.S. workers. They put safety regulations in place to prevent job-related accidents or injuries from occurring at workplace. Here are some ways you can help prevent OSHA violations and protect your business.