September 2019 Archives

Who qualifies for workers' compensation in California?

People in California and across the country could spend as much time completing their work-related tasks as they spend in their own homes. Regardless of the nature of a person's occupation, he or she could face a variety of different injuries as a result of completing these tasks. As such, state laws require that most employers provide workers' compensation insurance benefits for their employees.

Fatal industrial accident under investigation

While there is a risk of suffering a workplace injury regardless of what type of job a person in California has, those who work with heavy machinery may face additional risks of injury when compared to other occupations. In fact, a man in another state was recently killed in an industrial accident involving heavy machinery. Reports indicate that the investigation into the incident is ongoing.

California Highway Patrol member injured in work accident

Police officers face a variety of different obstacles as they complete their work-related tasks. The act of responding to another accident can potentially put their lives at risk as they rush to help. Unfortunately, a member of the California Highway Patrol was recently injured in a work accident.

Elevator company employee killed in workplace accident

Depending on the type of occupation a person in California has, he or she might have to travel to work sites to complete job-related tasks. For example, employees of elevator companies likely have to travel to specific locations. Unfortunately, such an employee recently died in a workplace accident.

California officer mourned after fatal work-related incident

When dangerous professions come to mind, that of a police officer is often near the top of the list. Unfortunately, there are many hazards that law enforcement officers face as they complete their job-related tasks. For example, an officer in California is now being mourned after he was shot during a traffic stop -- a work-related incident that has left many reeling.

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