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Worker's injuries in industrial accident described as significant

When workers in California and across the country report to work, they likely expect that they will return to their homes in the same conditions in which they left. In fact, most go to great lengths to ensure their safety. Unfortunately, unforeseen incidents can occur, leaving workers suffering from serious injuries. In fact, a worker in another state was recently hospitalized following an industrial accident.

Fatal accident may necessitate workers' compensation

Many people know that they can file a workers' compensation claim if they are injured while on the job. What some people don't realize is that if a loved one is killed in a workplace accident, the family may be able to collect workers' compensation. Doing so may help the family cover outstanding expenses that can often result from these kinds of tragedies. One California family may be facing this exact situation after a man died in a recent accident while on the job.

Fatal industrial accident involved dump truck

There are a variety of different hazards in a typical workplace in California, especially for those who work with heavy equipment. Even workers who practice all recommended workplace health and safety standards can fall victim to a work-related accident. Unfortunately, a man in another state recently lost his life in an industrial accident, reportedly involving a dump truck.

Man undergoes multiple surgeries after workplace accident

The vast majority of workers in California and across the country go to great lengths to protect their own personal safety as well as the safety of their co-workers. Unfortunately, even the safest of workers can find themselves the victim of a workplace accident. In fact, a man in another state was reportedly seriously injured in a recent accident.

Workers' compensation: Man seriously injured in work accident

For many people in California, certain aspects of their job are relatively routine. Despite this, they are still at risk of becoming injured, which is why states require that employers provide workers' compensation insurance coverage. In fact, a man in another state may be entitled to comp benefits following an industrial accident.

Workplace accident leads to death of 2 UPS workers

At this time of year, people across the country are busily trying to complete their holiday shopping. For many, this means ordering items that will then be shipped. While the prospect of deals and free shipping is appealing to consumers, workers are then left to ship the items. Unfortunately, reports indicate that two UPS workers were recently killed in a workplace accident at an airport in California.

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.

Police investigating fatal industrial accident

There are a variety of different potential hazards in workplaces in California and across the country. Many of them are known, allowing workers an opportunity to prepare for them. Others, however, are more unexpected. In fact, a man in another state recently lost his life in an industrial accident involving a dump truck.

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.

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