Safety Incentive Programs Encouraging Employees to Hide Work Injuries

While they might seem like a good idea, the Government Accountability Office says safety incentive programs, like rate-based programs, can actually discourage workers from reporting injuries and illnesses to their employers. Rate-based programs are implemented to benefit workers who achieve low rates of illnesses or injuries. Experts say the program, which is used by about…

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Premises Liability and Two Fallen Chicago Firefighters

The Chicago and South Chicago Premises Liability Lawyers have an interesting lawsuit involving a set of facts which are probably more common than reported in the news. In December of 2010 a dilapidated roof caused the death of two Chicago firefighters. Chicago firefighter, Edward Stringer was killed when the roof of an abandoned building collapsed during…

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Worker Falls Through Skylight and Suffers Traumatic Brain Injury

Personal injury attorneys who represent the victims of traumatic brain injury never feel satisfied that their client received just compensation-no matter how large the settlement. As Grazian and Volpe has expounded on numerous occasions on myaccidentlaw.com/blog – the extent and ramifications of any serious brain injury is not always readily apparent and quantifiable and may…

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