Personal injuries come in many forms, from concussions caused by traffic accidents or athletic incidents to broken bones and lacerations caused by trip-and-fall accidents. Whatever caused your personal injury, it is important that you have the chance to seek compensation from those responsible.
Certain types of workers face risks every day when they go to work. You may not clock in at a dangerous jobsite every day, but your job may be more dangerous than you think. Regardless of the type of occupation you have, you are entitled to a reasonable expectation of safety when you go to work.
What is National Electrical Safety Month?
The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) is a non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to promoting electrical safety in the home, school, and workplace. To commemorate National Electrical Safety Month, ESFI spearheads an annual campaign to educate key audiences about the steps that can be taken in order to reduce the number of electrically-related fires, fatalities, injuries, and property loss.
Most employers in Nebraska are required to carry workers' compensation insurance. While not every job is as dangerous as the next, the reality is that everyone can get hurt on the job.
Clean Air Month: Taking Positive Steps
The Clean Air Act came into force in 1970. This Act has been successful in reducing air quality related health conditions and premature death.
Spring is in full swing and around the country, motorcyclists are returning to the road after a long winter. But with a sudden spike in the number of motorcycles on the road, it's a good time to remind all motorists, whether on two wheels or four, to keep a special lookout for motorcyclists. Click the link below for more info...