What Should I do if I get hurt on the Job? [infographic]

What Should I do if I get hurt on the Job? [infographic]

Have you been injured at work? Your employer understands the risk of the job and accidents may happen. However, there are things that you need to ensure that you did when you got the injury. Doing the steps given in this infographic will give you high chance for...
How Changing Demographics Affect Workers’ Compensation

How Changing Demographics Affect Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation was created to help financially support employees in a time of need after injury. However, new trends in worker demographics may signal changes in the cost burden for employers. People are working beyond the retirement age. Some employees may...
Timelines When Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Timelines When Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Accidents in the workplace may happen no matter how safe an employee acts or how much effort a company exerts to avoid them. Should an on-the-job accident occur, the affected worker may suffer financially by having to take days off of work or from out-of-pocket costs...
Workplace Knee and Shoulder Injuries

Workplace Knee and Shoulder Injuries

Knee and shoulder injuries are some of the most common types of work-related injuries. Should injuries include fractures or damage to muscles or the rotator cuff joint. These injuries are usually the result of lifting heavy weights, falling into objects with...
National Disability Employment Awareness Month

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Observed in October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month brings awareness to the plight of those with disabilities and urges employers to help ensure equality in the workplace. For those with disabilities, access ramps and other aids to mobility are a great...