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Dennis Kenny Law
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Retirement planning in divorce
Check out this article about why older Canadians are divorcing in far larger numbers than their younger counterparts are. The rise of so-called grey divorce is due to a number of factors, such as a decrease in the stigma surrounding divorce as well as the fact that for many Baby Boomers their children have just recently moved out and gotten set up in life. However, grey divorce does present challenges, especially when it comes to planning for a retirement that may come soon after the divorce itself.
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What workers need to know about workers’ compensation
Take a look at this article about workers’ compensation and some of the common questions workers have about this system. For example, workers may wonder how much they are eligible to receive in cash benefits following a workplace accident. Those who want further information about filing a workers’ compensation claim may benefit from turning to an attorney.
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Causes of New York workplace fatalities
Read this article to get the dirt on which types of professions and which workers are most likely to die from workplace injuries. Did you know that 95 percent of those who end up dying after being hurt on the job are men? Just what kind of job is the most dangerous? Find out more about who died and how it happened.
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Living with spinal cord injuries
Take a look at this article about living with a spinal cord injury. Whether in a workplace accident or due to some other incident, spinal cord injuries may have potentially devastating effects for those who suffer them, as well as for their families. Therefore, it may be helpful for people who have experienced these types of ailments to understand how their lives may change as a result, and how their conditions may be treated.
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OSHA Study Finds Workers’ Comp Frequently Falls Short
Take a look at this article about research that suggests it’s not uncommon for injured employees to go without workers’ compensation benefits or receive insufficient compensation. According to an OSHA report, workers’ compensation typically only covers a fraction of the cost of work-related injuries, and many eligible workers never even receive benefits. Learn more about the financial losses that are often associated with workplace injuries and the factors that can prevent workers from securing compensation.
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Rise in Serious Truck Crashes Endangers NY Drivers
Check out this article about the ongoing national increase in severe large truck accidents and associated fatalities. Research suggests that these accidents might continue rising as industry growth puts extra strain on trucking companies and drivers. Learn more about the preventable factors that may contribute to many of these serious accidents.
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Construction Jobsite Accident Risks
New York construction workers and their family members who are concerned about job-related accidents should click this link promptly to get an important article with information about common causes of construction site accidents. See statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Occupational Safety Health Administration that detail workplace fatalities on construction job sites and learn how to get help if involved in such an incident.
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Injured employees are eligible to receive different benefits
Take a look at this article about workers’ compensation and the different benefits injured employees may be able to receive after an accident occurs. For example, an employee who sustains injuries on the job may be able to receive necessary medical care. However, the medical benefits injured workers receive must be directly related to the accident.
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