To protect you from COVID-19, we are offering a quick & easy remote intake process. Click here to learn more.
Workplaces in almost every industry are changing rapidly over time. As workers become more specialized in their tasks, they are increasingly likely to suffer from injuries that are cumulative over time. Ergonomics is primarily about how people interact with their environment. Poor ergonomics leads to a greater risk of cumulative injuries. By finding better ways… read more
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), almost 22 million Americans are exposed to hazardous noise levels at work. Hearing loss is the most common workplace injury. Approximately $242 million is spent yearly on worker’s compensation from hearing loss. Working with hearing loss can sometimes be a challenge for employee and employers… read more
If you have been involved in a work-related accident that resulted in your needing medical attention for injuries, you may wonder how you will pay for the medical expenses and other financial difficulties resulting from the incident. In many cases, workers’ compensation can help you fill the financial gaps created by such a scenario. However,… read more