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Workers' compensation: 3 families can seek death benefits claims

Following the tragic deaths of three employees of a utility contractor in South Florida in January, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued the company with fines totaling almost $120,000 for 10 serious violations. An OSHA director said the hazards of working in confined spaces are well known, and so should the related safety regulations be. The deceased employees' families will be entitled to seek death benefits through the workers' compensation insurance system.

A large number of workers' compensation claims involve feet

By the time they are 80, workers in Florida will have walked about 73,000 miles each -- based on the approximately 5,000 steps that the average worker walks every day. In certain occupations, like construction in which employees spend most of the day on their feet, it could even be more. Workers' compensation claims data shows that about four in 10 claims for illnesses and injuries involve fractures to feet and hands.

Workers' compensation benefits for dead, injured at TECO plant

A recent tragedy at a Florida company claimed the lives of two men. Five others were also injured in the incident at the Big Bend Power Station. Officials state that the investigation of the accident could take six months. However, those injured and the survivors of the deceased are likely eligible for workers' compensation benefits.

Dangerous machinery puts workers at risk of severe injury

If you operate or maintain machinery, you should be aware of how critical it is to use caution when working with the machines. People who misuse machines or use them without proper training run the risk of being seriously injured on the job.

How much can injured workers collect with workers' compensation?

If you are injured or get sick on the job, one of the first things you will want to consider is whether you can collect workers' compensation or not. These benefits are available to people who get into an accident through the course and scope of their employment.

4 common construction accidents that cause serious injury

Construction work is some of the most physical demanding work people can do. While there are a number of tools and regulations that can minimize the impact of and exposure to injury-causing accidents, there are still a disproportionate number of construction workers hurt or killed on the job.

4 reasons why a workers' compensation claim might be denied

If you have gotten hurt on the job, you probably take some comfort in the possibility of collecting workers' compensation. After all, these benefits are available to injured workers to cover medical expenses and at least a portion of lost wages, which can come of great relief to someone who cannot return to work right away.

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