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Alabama Workplace Fatality Same Sex Couples Covered

Alabama Workplace Fatality Same Sex Couples Covered Alabama Workplace Fatality: A recent study of job injuries which lead to the death of workers in Alabama was released by the U.S. Department of Labor covering the calendar year 2012. Unfortunately, the number of deaths caused by work injuries increased approximately 8% in 2012, rising from 74 Read More

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Warehouse Workers Lead Massachusetts in Number of Job Injuries

Warehouse Workers Lead Massachusetts in Number of Job Injuries In Massachusetts, workers in transportation and warehousing led the State in the number of job injuries (29.3%), with construction workers coming in at number two (18.3%). This may be a little surprising to some, but If you work for a warehouse distributor, such as Wal-Mart, Dollar Read More

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Job related deaths on the rise

Job related deaths on the rise 5,250 workers died on the job in the U.S. in 2018, the latest year for which statistics are available, according to the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. That is a 2% increase over 2017. In Alabama, 89 workers lost their lives in a job-related accident, and increase of Read More

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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

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Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denies my Medical Treatment?

Alabama Workers Compensation Questions: (24) What do I do if Comp Denied my Medical Treatment? In Alabama, the law is clear: the employer (their workers compensation carrier actually) shall pay for any and all reasonably necessary medical treatment. What happens these days is that the workers compensation insurance carrier will send some of your records Read More

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Are Part-Time Employees Entitled to Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Can I file for workers compensation benefits if I was only a part time employee? Through the years the Alabama Job Injury attorneys at Powell and Denny have spoken to numerous injured workers who thought that their work injury would not be covered under Alabama’s workers compensation laws because they were a part time employee. Read More

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