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Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C.
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Steps for helping injured workers return to work
Learn more about how you can work with your Wisconsin employer to recover from your injury and return to work. Find out how pre-existing health conditions, having the right program in place, creating a proper budget and timeline and being flexible all have their part to play in a successful transition back to work for employee and employer alike.
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Repetitive strain injuries and how to stop them
Read this article to learn about repetitive strain injuries and what you can do to prevent them. Did you know that people of almost any profession could potentially get one of these injuries, even those who sit at computers all day? Don’t worry; you can keep your joints and muscles healthy by stretching often and by engaging in healthy exercise such as yoga. There are other things you can find out as well, like how to sit properly.
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Strengthening workers’ comp claims with documentation
Take a look at this article about workers’ compensation claims. Read more to learn about the documentation injured workers may need to strengthen their claims should the need for an appeal arise. Even if they are eligible, people who suffer work-related injuries may have their claims denied. When appealing such denials, it may benefit them to have documentation including the pertinent medical records; a personal injury diary; and letters from family, friends and co-workers.
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On-the-Job Lifting Injuries Not Uncommon for WI Nurses
Take a look at this article about the significant risk of back injuries and other musculoskeletal injuries that nurses face. Research shows that these professionals have an unusually high risk of suffering these injuries, even when they use best practices. Learn why this is the case and what nurses’ rights are in the event of workplace injuries.
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Construction worker deaths on the rise
The economy is on the upswing and so is the construction industry, but unfortunately construction workers are dying in greater numbers than before. Take a look at this article to learn the facts as well as some steps you can take to stay safe on the job.
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