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Workers' compensation: Deputy killed responding to call

Law enforcement officers in California and across the country are dedicated to helping those they have been sworn to protect. In many cases, this requires them to speed toward potential dangers, often putting their own lives at risk. Unfortunately, reports indicate that a deputy in another state recently lost his life in an accident that happened while he was responding to a call. Because of this, certain surviving family members may be entitled to workers' compensation insurance benefits.

Injured California deputy may qualify for workers' compensation

When people think of the dangers facing law enforcement officers, they likely start with risks associated with pursuing dangerous criminals. However, many officers spend a great deal of time driving which can also be a risk. In fact, a sheriff's deputy in California recently suffered major injuries in a car accident and may qualify for workers' compensation insurance benefits.

Do you risk your life while saving others?

If you are one of the brave paramedics in South Bay or another area in California who risk their lives every day to save others, each day will be like a box of chocolates -- you will never know where the next call will take you. What you will know is that, every time you rush to prevent an accident from becoming a tragedy, you might put your health, or even your life, on the line.

Workplace injuries due to chemical exposure can be fatal

There is no doubt that workers in California and across the country can experience injuries while completing their job responsibilities. While many people who consider workplace injuries think of those that come from a fall or other similar accident, there are many people who become ill as a result of exposure to a chemical. In fact, a man in another state recently lost his life following exposure to fumes from a chemical.

California Highway Patrol officer suffers work-related injuries

Most people in California and across the country are aware that police officers put their lives at risk on the job every day. While the most prevalent belief likely centers around the most common cause of harm coming from those they interact with who may be suspected of a crime, members of the California Highway Patrol who spend a great deal of time of the roadways could also suffer work-related injuries due to traffic accidents. Unfortunately, such appears to be the case for one officer.

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