Workplace Accidents And Injuries


Workplace accidents are extremely common. In fact, three million people were injured in a workplace accident in 2015. There were nearly 5,000 fatal workplace accidents in 2014. Despite the fact that precautions have been taken to keep people safe in the workplace, accidents are still on the rise.

Most Common Accidents

Overexertion injuries are among the most common. These accidents occur as the result of holding, carrying, lifting, pushing, and pulling. Overexertion injuries are not only one of the most common workplace injuries, they are also one of the most expensive injuries. (more…)

What do I do if I am Injured at Work?


Employers are supposed to provide a safe environment for their employees. However, sometimes the opposite is the case when dangerous areas pose injury risks. Whether inside or outside the premises, the absence of safeguards can serve as proof that injury incidents are likely to occur.

Contact Human Resources

If you have been injured at work and now you’re faced with a short-term or long-term disability, the first step you need to take is to contact your Human Resources department. You need to inform the HR Representative who handles disability claims and FMLAs about your situation. You will need to complete the appropriate paperwork to request time-off if your doctor has recommended recovery time. If your time-off request and disability coverage has been approved, you will receive notification from your employer. (more…)

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