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Hunting Accidents: the facts and how to get help

Hunting accidents, while uncommon, leave devastating consequences. The steps you take following such an occurrence determines how you navigate the aftermath of such an unfortunate event.  Substantial injuries are an inherent risk in hunting.…
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Construction accident: workers’ comp or third party claim?

In 2018, OSHA reported one of every five fatalities in the private industry was in construction. The top reasons for these 591 construction workers' deaths: the “Fatal Four.” Falls, being struck by an object, electrocution, and caught-in…
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Motorcycle accidents increase during Covid-19 pandemic

The country is full-fledged in the middle of a pandemic. Some areas remain shutdown; others have restricted hours or operation standards for business. Numerous have regulations against group sizes. This grasp to control the spread via restrictions…
man on construction site with potential workers comp case
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Workers’ Comp 101

Talk to any Human Resources personnel, and the first thing they will tell you is if you become injured at work, report it immediately. Although a few specific situations will not be covered, most generally, you are. This is regardless if the…
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Common Symptoms of Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS)

Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a form of head trauma that occurs when an infant or small child is shaken so badly that it causes brain damage. Infants are especially susceptible due to the fact that they have weaker necks, large heads in proportion…