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A total of 532 construction workers were killed at road construction sites from 2011 through 2016 – more than twice the combined total for all other industries combined – according to a recent report. #WorkInjuries
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High temperatures can pose health threats to workers on a daily basis, including confusion, fatigue, and dehydration. More extreme heat can lead to heat stroke and organ failure, depending on a worker's environment and how quickly treatment is administered. #WorkInjuries
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Rates of fatal injuries at work vary from state to state. #WorkInjuries
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The frequency of #WorkersCompensation claims for motor vehicle accidents has increased in recent years, according to a recent study.
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Every job comes with health risks, but some occupations put workers at risk for certain cancers. #WorkersCompensation
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Workers should understand the implications of becoming injured, or permanently disabled, and take steps to protect their family’s financial security. #WorkersCompensation
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Some of the most dangerous jobs have a much higher risk of fatal or non-fatal injuries than others. #WorkInjuries
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers in 2016 (the most recent year on record.) If you've been injured or fallen ill as a result of your job, talk to a workers' compensation attorney about your legal rights.
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Flying for work may come at a health cost, according to the latest study of flight attendants. #WorkersCompensation
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