Monthly Archives: March 2023
Forklifts are common across many Florida workplaces – including warehouses, docks, and construction sites. Although many workers may be instructed to operate them, not all of these employees feel confident about getting behind the wheel. And when you consider the high number of forklift accidents in Florida, this shouldn’t come as a huge surprise…. Read More »
Animals pose a real risk to workers in Florida – especially postal and delivery workers. The obvious threat is a dog attack while attempting to deliver letters or parcels. These dogs can be very territorial and aggressive – even if they are calm and friendly among people they know. Too many workers have been… Read More »
Also known as a “RSI,” a repetitive strain injury is one of the most common issues people face at Florida workplaces. Although this might seem like a minor injury, it has the potential to affect you for the rest of your life. Treatment can be expensive, and serious cases can prevent you from going… Read More »
Happy Legal Assistants Day! We would like to honor our legal assistant workers who conduct legal research and perform a variety of other tasks that enable law offices to operate. Legal assistants assist lawyers in many fields and have a variety of responsibilities. We think these diligent workers are deserving of some recognition.
If you’ve been injured in a Florida construction accident, you already know how dangerous these incidents can be. Despite the existence of federal and state safety requirements, many construction sites are filled with hazards – many of which are completely preventable. Unfortunately, workers across the state put their lives on the line every day… Read More »
Going through the workers’ compensation claims process in Tampa can be complicated, and it can be difficult to know what you should do in order to be eligible for benefits, and what you should avoid doing in order to limit your risk of being denied benefits. One topic that many injured workers do not… Read More »