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An OSHA fine isn’t always the only penalty a company can expect from the government when it experiences a workplace fatality.
Who has more work during the down economy? A lawyer who represents people injured on the job expects he may be getting more work.
Now more than ever, it’s important for companies to clearly establish who is responsible for safety at multi-employer worksites.
Why is it important for employers to explain to employees how workers’ comp insurance works? Because if employers don’t provide explanations, lawyers looking for business will.
The architect of the strategy to get bigger penalties by prosecuting safety violations under environmental laws says it’s time to overhaul OSHA legislation for the first time in almost 40 years.
The Senate grilled President-elect Obama’s pick for Labor Secretary on a variety of issues at her confirmation hearing.
Worker’s comp shields companies from expensive lawsuits (most of the time) when a worker is injured on the job. But injured workers can file — and win — expensive lawsuits against third parties involved in the incidents.
In light of a recent court decision, you might be paying workers’ comp for employees who are injured while they’re on break.