Search Site
Menu
Tag Archive
job injuries
1 - 10 of 10
Page 1 of 1

Job Injuries not being Reported

Job Injuries not being Reported UPS employees 399,000 workers and moves approximately 3 million packages each day; they made $4.3Billion Dollars in profit in 2018. Without a doubt they are a huge success-so why do they feel as though they have to cheat injured workers of their workers’ compensation benefits? The attached story gives horrifying examples Read More

Read More

Delivery Drivers, Job Injuries and Employee Status

Delivery Drivers, Job Injuries and Employee Status Delivery drivers do have a job which places them in more peril than the vast majority of jobs. They are driving most of the time-often at night or in bad weather, going places where they have no idea who is on the other side of the door–all for little Read More

Read More

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (9) Does Workers Comp have to pay for all of my medical treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (9) Does Workers Comp have to pay for all of my medical treatment? As we discussed in our last blog, your employer’s workers compensation insurance carrier has to pay for any and all medical treatment which is reasonable and necessary given your injuries. Unfortunately, in the past few years getting the Read More

Read More

Waste Management workers are in the top three job classifications at risk for injuries or death.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health reports waste management workers are in the top three job classifications at risk for injuries or death. When you think about it, it isn’t surprising. Jumping on and off a large garbage truck, lifting heavy items, being cut by broken glass or stuck by improperly disposed of needles. Read More

Read More

Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) suffer Job Injuries four times higher than all other professions

Emergency medical technicians (EMTs), who provide basic life support services, and paramedics, who also provide advanced life support services, suffer work injuries requiring treatment in the emergency room at a rate four times higher than workers in all other professions in the United States, according to one federal study. It’s not just EMTs who suffer Read More

Read More

60 Percent of Nursing Assistants in Nursing Homes Incur Job Injuries

60%…bet the number is really higher, but that those who suffer job injuries don’t report all their injuries. If you are a Health Care worker in Alabama, you probably are not surprised to hear that health care workers (such as nurses, certified nursing assistants (CNA), physical therapist, occupational therapist, etc.) suffer back injuries as a Read More

Read More
1 - 10 of 10
Page 1 of 1
Contact us

Please fill out the form below and one of our attorneys will contact you.

Quick Contact Form

Our Office
  • Birmingham Office
    1320 Alford Avenue
    Suite 201
    Birmingham, Alabama 35226
    Phone: 205-978-2051
    Fax: 205-978-2054
  • Huntsville Office
    600 Boulevard South
    SW Suite 104
    Huntsville, Alabama 35802
    Phone: 256-705-3510
    Fax: 256-705-3513

We Wrote the Book

My Alabama Disability Claim
by William Powell & Gregory Denny
Click Here to Get Your Free Copy