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  • Fracking Claims Another Life

    With several days of extreme cold in a row, one of the high pressure lines at a fracking well in Colorado had froze. Three men were attempting to heat the line to free up the flow of liquid.  At some… Read More
  • Gautemalan Man Falls Into Industrial Dough Mixer

    Gautemalan Man Falls Into Industrial Dough Mixer
    South Carolina workers’ compensation attorneys understand all too well that serious injuries or death can occur while on the job, even if the job is making tortillas. Such is the case for a Gautemalan man who was killed while working… Read More
  • Grain Bin Accident Suffocates Man In Union County

    For people who have never worked on a farm, a grain bin may seem like an innocent storage device. However, working in a grain bin is one of the most dangerous occupations on the farm. Many people die every year… Read More
  • Some States Say PTSD Should Be Covered By Workers’ Comp

    Witnessing something stressful or traumatic at work can leave you with post-traumatic stress disorder. Some states are pulling together and saying that PTSD should be covered by workers’ compensation. While PTSD is covered in some states, it is not covered… Read More
  • How Chronic Pain Can Lead To Medical Malpractice

    When pain in any part of the body lasts longer than six months, it is considered chronic. Chronic pain can be intermittent or ongoing, mildly annoying or incapacitating, mild or severe. Some people suffer with chronic pain due to an… Read More

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