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Lower Back Pain at Work



Posted in work injury lawyer, work zone accident, worker's compensation lawyer, Workers compensation attorney
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Lower back injury is among the most common to occur in the workplace. The lower back contains a group of muscles that are activated in virtually every activity throughout your day. This article will analyze some of the most common causes of back injuries, provide some light medical explanation, and explore what legal options you […]





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¿CUÁLES SON LOS DATOS? A pesar de que los latinos son sólo el 16.3% de la población de los EE.UU., los latinos tienen más probabilidades de trabajar en las industrias que tienen condiciones de trabajo peligrosas. De hecho, los trabajadores latinos tienen más probabilidades que los trabajadores de otras razas de morir a causa de […]


Women More Prone to Knee Injury



Posted in accident, personal injury, sports injury, worker's compensation
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An ACL tear can be a sidelining injury for months, years, or even a lifetime. Knee injuries, including those to the ACL and MCL, are found most commonly in athletes. College and pro level athletes consider it a constant threat to their livelihoods.   Of course, knee injury is far from relegated to the sporting […]

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Finding Workmans Compensation Lawyers in Arkansas



Posted in work accident, work injury lawyer, work zone accident, worker's compensation, worker's compensation lawyer
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Arkansas is a diverse state to work in. The top industries range from agricultural, to manufacturing, to services. As such, employees encounter a wide range of situations that might result in injury. This page is here to help you learn more about common occupational injuries and what you can do to pursue your legal rights […]


The Value of Spanish Speaking Medical Interpreters



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According to the 2008 U.S. Census, about 20% of people living in the United States speak a language other than English at home. In the western U.S., the percentage is 32%. In California, the percentage is 42.4%. These individuals are considered “limited English proficient” (LEP) and will likely need translation and interpretation when they visit […]

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