Work Injuries

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Slip, trips and falls account for 1/3rd of all personal injuries in the workplace and are a top cause of workers' compensation claims. The types of injuries incurred from slips, trips and falls include head and back injuries, broken bones, cuts and lacerations, sprains and pulled muscles.


4 Steps to Take After Being Injured at Work

1. Report the Injury. After a workplace injury, you should report it to your employer immediately by following internal procedures. ...

2. Obtain Medical Care. ...

3. Keep Track of Expenses and Missed Work. ...

4. Hire a Lawyer to Help with Your Claim.

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