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March 2017 Archives

More Minneapolis construction work may cause more injuries

The number of construction workers and accidents involving them are both at their highest levels since 2008. About three-quarters of construction firms state that they plan to hire new employees in 2017. The pay for construction work has risen with its increased demand.

Do you work at a hospital? You may be at risk for injury.

Hospital workers, especially nurses, are extremely valuable employees, but due to the nature of their jobs, they may face a higher risk of injury than people who are employed in other industries. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, hospitals report injuries at a rate almost twice as high as private industry as a whole.

Video: Experienced, Aggressive Representation For Workers' Compensation And Social Security Disability | Law Office of David M. Bialke

Our law firm's founder began as an insurance defense attorney, representing insurance companies in disputed workers' compensation claim matters. After ten years, he switched to helping injured workers.

OSHA program aims to make Minneapolis workers safer

Every year, more than four million workers suffer injury or are killed at or due to their jobs. In an effort to reduce these numbers, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched a Safe and Sound program. The goal of this program is to assist smaller businesses in developing health and safety programs that reduce the risk to workers.

The dangers of falling objects

Employers in Minnesota and throughout the country may face serious consequences if a worker is hurt or killed on the job. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 240 reported deaths in 2014 involving workers who were struck by falling objects or equipment. That is roughly 5 percent of all workplace fatalities during that year.

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