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November 2017 Archives

CTS may lead to workers' compensation claims

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is often seen as an unsubstantiated threat, but it is more real than many believe. A recent study has indicated that between 3 and 6 percent of Americans may be affected by CTS. However, those numbers likely increase when it comes to office workers. Californian companies, especially technology companies, should not be surprised by workers' compensation claims resulting from carpel tunnel syndrome.

Hit-and-run car accidents can create havoc for those left behind

A tragic hit-and-run accident on a recent Thursday in November left a family in mourning and robbed a baby girl of the love of a father. Fatal car accidents, especially hit-and-run accidents leave so many unanswered questions in the minds of the bereaved family. This accident is no different.

OSHA publishes the year's most common safety violations

Each year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration publishes a list of the 10 most frequently violated safety rules in workplaces across the country. The purpose of this list is to remind workers and employers of the dangers of violating these standards, with the hope that the number of injuries will decrease.

Trip-and-fall not the only grounds for premises liability

Why can't hotel guests open the windows in their rooms completely in California and across the United States? A security consultant says that, in the majority of states, building codes contain restrictions on how wide hotel windows may open in order the make rooms more secure. Windows that only open slightly make trip\-and\-fall accidents through them nearly impossible.

3,000 Californians die in car accidents annually

Cars have changed significantly over the last 100 years. They have definitely become a lot faster and more dangerous. Fortunately, an awareness of the greater safety hazards cars hold has led to improvements made to cars by the automotive industry. Even though there is an increased awareness of road safety, thousands of people die in car accidents on roads in the United States every year.

Family sues after trip-and-fall accident

A duty lies on the relevant authorities or owners of buildings to keep visitors to stadiums, shoppers in shopping malls and even pedestrians walking on pavements safe from injury by ensuring all possible hazards are eliminated. Anyone in California who has been seriously injured in a trip\-and\-fall accident, or similar mishap, may have grounds to file a civil claim against the owner or relevant authority. A wrongful death claim has recently been filed by a family in another state approximately a year after a father of five fell to his death at a stadium.


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