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Wisconsin business group focuses on opioid use at work

Workers have always taken risks to earn for themselves and build careers. One risk that is especially visible on construction crews or industrial worksites is related to the trust that co-workers must have for each other. Another person's mistake or negligence could result in serious injury or death on the job.

Changes to drug laws may make workplaces less safe

No matter what a company makes or sells, the first priority in any workplace is safety. When mistakes lead to any sort of painful or debilitating accidents, a company may be found liable for the costs of recovery through workers' compensation payments. These facts were not always the case, as generations of workers had to build to those protections.

Can I get workers' compensation benefits in Wisconsin?

There are a lot of dangerous jobs in Wisconsin, but even relatively safe jobs can cause injury or illness. If a person is no longer able to work because of a disability or other injury, workers' compensation allowances help them recover, and workers' compensation insurance helps employers meet their obligations.

Workers Comp Degenerative Disc Disease - Nonsurgical Treatment

For work-related degenerative disc disease, what treatment options must the insurance company cover? In Wisconsin, the worker's compensation insurer is responsible to pay for medical treatment as may be reasonably required to cure and relieve the injured worker from the effects of the work injury. Wis. Stats. Sec. 102.42.

Wisconsin appellate ruling clears way for temps to claim damages

Working in America has some of the best advantages for skilled employees in the world. But the face of labor in this country is constantly changing, and many aspects of employment have never been more complex. A temporary worker may not know who is actually cutting his check or who else may be making money from his labor.

Some Wisconsin workers have grave injury compensation issues

One of the few comforts available to workers injured on the job is the expectation that one's employer will look after their needs during recovery. Workers' compensation laws, on the books in Wisconsin for a century, theoretically guarantee employees' rights to financial help while recovering for work-related health problems. But the guarantee does not always relieve workers' concerns.

Understanding disability benefits and workers' compensation

If you were seriously injured on the job, it is likely that the first place you turned for financial relief was workers' compensation. Many workers know about their right to compensation for an injury at work, but they are less well-versed on what happens when an injury becomes a permanent disability.

Medical issues resulting from a crush injury

Typically, crush injuries happen when someone is caught between two objects that are either very heavy or that put a terrific amount of force on a specific body part. For instance, crush injuries could happen at work when a worker gets his or her arm stuck in a machine or is struck by a vehicle.

America's most dangerous jobs: The top 10

You have probably heard repeatedly that the construction industry is the most dangerous profession. While it does carry a high degree of risk, part of the reason for the high numbers of total injuries and fatalities is just that the industry itself is huge. The more workers you have, the more likely it is that someone will get hurt.

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