Category Archives: Industrial Injuries

Uncover the most common industrial injuries in the workplace on Long Island.

Job-Related Health Conditions and Workers’ Compensation

Long Island work injury compensation lawyer

It is common knowledge that Workers’ Compensation gives benefits to people that got hurt while working for anatomical injuries. These injuries can include breaking bones, being paralyzed, or even dying on the job because of a fall or other types of physical injury.Workers’ Compensation also covers benefits that help people who have “occupational diseases.” The workers contract these diseases from being exposed to chemicals, infirmities, or other substances during their time of employment on the job. Since Workers’ Compensation laws vary by the state, an injured employee should contact a lawyer that specializes in Workmen’s Compensation as soon as they can.

Each State’s Definition of Occupational Disease Differs

Due to the fact that every state defines occupational disease differently, an employee that gets hurt on the job should contact a Workers’ Compensation attorney as soon as possible. There are lawyers that...
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The Top On-the-Job Injuries of Machinery

Using machinery every day is a high risk for major injuries on the job. Serious accidents have occurred for workers on Long Island. From power tools to saws, hammers, heat guns, and high equipment machinery, each of these are hazardous enough to cause a major, potentially fatal injury. With the guidance of our Long Island Workers’ Compensation attorney, you can begin the process to receive Workers’ compensation for your injuries.Here’s a list of some of the injuries workers have received on the job:
  • Burns
  • Lifting injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Shoulder and neck
  • Hearing and vision loss
  • Construction
  • Illnesses
  • Broken bones
  • Knee
  • Back
  • Regional pain
With heavy equipment, it could be unsafe to use due to the environment, the stability of the worker (s) around you, and other safety factors. There could be negligent workers who cause an injury, bad practices, no follow through on safety procedures, repairs that are needed on equipment, and no safety protection.The machinery you’re using could be in...
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