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When Workplace Accidents Lead to Amputations: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 3)

Ending our blog series When Workplace Accidents Lead to Amputations: 6 Facts to Know, here, we’ll reveal some more crucial info to be aware of when it comes to these severe types of workplace injuries. Amputations & Work Injuries: Here’s What Else You May Need to Know Fact 5 – There are various things that […]

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When Workplace Accidents Lead to Amputations: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 2)

Resuming When Workplace Accidents Lead to Amputations: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1), here, we’ll continue highlighting some essential facts about these severe types of workplace injuries. More Important Info about Amputations Caused by Workplace Accidents Fact 3 – Certain occupations are associated with greater risks of amputations. In fact, according to officials at the […]

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When Workplace Accidents Lead to Amputations: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1)

Amputations are among the more serious repercussions of workplace accidents and injuries, as amputations leave people with permanent impairments and limitations. In fact, while the physical impacts of amputations can be a lot to adjust to and deal with, so too can be the psychological effects, as workers learn to accept their loss and mentally […]

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The Costs & Impacts of Workplace Injuries, According to OSHA (Pt. 2)

Picking up from where The Costs & Impacts of Workplace Injuries, According to OSHA (Pt. 1) left off, here, we’ll continue highlighting some of the major findings of a recently released OSHA report focused on revealing how workplace injuries contribute to income inequality. While the first part of this blog series uncovered just who ends […]

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The Costs & Impacts of Workplace Injuries, According to OSHA (Pt. 1)

While workers’ compensation systems have been set up in every U.S. state to provide protections to workers who are injured on the job, a recently released reported from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has revealed that workplace injuries can end up having more significant costs and impacts on injured workers and their families […]

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Construction Accidents: An Overview of the Causes & Injuries (Pt. 2)

Picking up from Construction Accidents: An Overview of the Causes & Injuries (Pt. 1), here, our discussion regarding construction accidents in the U.S. will resume, now with a focus on the specific injuries and other impacts of these workplace accidents. Construction Accidents: The Injuries The most commonly sustained injuries in nonfatal construction accidents include head […]

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Construction Accidents: An Overview of the Causes & Injuries (Pt. 1) 

Although the construction industry provides millions of jobs to people in the U.S. and is an important part of the national economy, it does have a negative side, particularly when it comes to the worker perspective and risks associated with this industry. Focusing in on this dark side of the construction industry, in this two-part […]

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Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 3)

Ending our blog series Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: 6 Facts to Know, here, we will wrap up this discussion by pointing out a few more important facts to know about this type of fraud. Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: Here’s What Else You Should Know Fact 5 – Colorado workers’ compensation fraud is generally a Class […]

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Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 2)

Resuming Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1), below, we will pick this discussion back up by revealing a few more important facts you may need to know about this type of fraud. More Important Info about Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud Fact 3 – People who suspect Colorado workers’ compensation fraud can […]

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Colorado Workers’ Compensation Fraud: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1)

The Colorado workers’ compensation system is in place to protect workers and provide them with financial support when they suffer on-the-job injuries. Despite the fact that this system is helpful and effective for many injured workers and their families, some people may try to take advantage of it, filing fraudulent claims and taking much-needed money […]

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2015 OSHA Changes You & Your Employer May Need to Know (Pt. 2)

Picking up from where 2015 OSHA Changes You & Your Employer May Need to Know (Pt. 1) left off, here, we will continue to highlight some of the most noteworthy updates to OSHA regulations that have gone into effect as of this year. While the first part of this blog series focused on revealing 2015 […]

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2015 OSHA Changes You & Your Employer May Need to Know (Pt. 1)

With the New Year here, some very important changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) policies have gone into effect, and these updates may impact you and your employer. In this two-part blog series, we will take a closer look at some of the most noteworthy 2015 OSHA changes that you and your […]

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2015 Will Not See Increased Colorado Workers Comp Premiums for Employers

For the first time since 2010, the average Colorado employer will not experience an increase in its premium costs for an essential aspect of workers’ compensation insurance, according to the Colorado Division of Insurance (CDI). In fact, as CDI has pointed out, the “loss costs” component of Colorado workers comp premiums will not be increased […]

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Colorado Death Benefits: FAQs (Pt. 3)

Here is the conclusion to our blog series Colorado Death Benefits: FAQs. Q – Will my death benefits payments be impacted if I am receiving other benefits? A – Possibly – it depends on the other types of benefits you are receiving. According to Colorado workers’ compensation law (8-42-114), the following are some of the […]

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Colorado Death Benefits: FAQs (Pt. 2)

Picking up from where we left off in Colorado Death Benefits: FAQs (Pt. 1), here, we will continue responding to common questions about Colorado death benefits. Q – Do Colorado death benefits include additional compensation for funeral and burial expenses? A – Yes, in many cases, people can obtain additional compensation specifically for funeral and […]

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Colorado Death Benefits: FAQs (Pt. 1)

Colorado workers’ compensation laws provide various protections to injured workers; they also stipulate that families of workers who have sustained fatal workplace injuries may be entitled to receive death benefits. Given that the eligibility requirements for Colorado death benefits can be complicated and that the process of receiving these benefits can be obtuse, in this […]

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Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents at Work: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 3)

Wrapping up our blog series Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents at Work: 6 Facts to Know, below are some final important facts to know about workplace slip, trip and fall accidents. Fact 4 – Police officers are most commonly injured by slip, trip and fall accidents at work. When analysis of the incidence of slip, […]

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Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents at Work: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 2)

Continuing from where we left off in Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents at Work: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1), here we will carry on our discussion regarding the incidence, causes and effects of workplace slip, trip and fall accidents and injuries. Fact 2 – When workers are hurt in fall accidents, their injuries typically […]

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Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents at Work: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1)

While slipping or tripping and falling down may be embarrassing, it’s often also extremely harmful. In fact, falling accidents – even when they don’t involve falls from great heights – can result in serious, long-term injuries that, in the worst cases, can trigger irreversible impairments. When such slip, trip and fall accidents happen while people […]

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Workplace Noise Exposure Is A Serious Problem, Workers’ Hearing Loss Is On the Rise

As many as 30 million workers in the U.S. are regularly exposed to dangerous levels of workplace noise, according to research conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH). With such workplace noise exposure, workers have a significantly increased risk of developing potentially permanent hearing issues, including (but not necessarily limited to): […]

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6 Things to Look for in a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer (Pt. 3)

Concluding 6 Things to Look for in a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, below are some final factors to remember when you are searching for the best workers’ compensation attorney to advocate your rights and help you get the benefits you deserve. 5. A Record of Success with Workers’ Compensation Cases – When you are confident that […]

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6 Things to Look for in a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer (Pt. 2)

Continuing from 6 Things to Look for in a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer (Pt. 1), below we continue the discussion regarding important criteria to keep mind as you screen attorneys to represent you in your workers’ compensation case. 3. Good Standing with the State Bar Association – Experience is just one of the important credentials lawyers […]

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6 Things to Look for in a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer (Pt. 1)

When you are ready to file a workers’ compensation claim or when you need to file an appeal to get the benefits you deserve, having a skilled attorney on your side can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. However, when it comes to choosing a workers’ compensation lawyer to represent you […]

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Business Owner Sentenced to Prison for Workers Comp Fraud

A business owner from Stanwood, Washington will be serving a year in prison for reportedly defrauding multiple agencies of workers’ compensation benefits. According to court documents associated with this case, Richard Stalkfleet pocketed about $295,000 in workers’ compensation benefits from November 2004 through November 2011 all while running a successful business that took in upwards […]

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Workers’ Compensation Payouts May Cost Employers Up to $1B Weekly

The cost of workers’ compensation payouts and employee injuries may cost American employers as much as $1 billion every week, according to a recent report published by BOLT Insurance. This report not only focused on totaling the direct and indirect costs that U.S. employers absorb due to workplace injuries, but it took a critical look […]

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Workplace Injuries: A Big Problem Healthcare Workers

Although the health care industry has been a huge target of public scrutiny in the past decade, the perspective is usually from the patient standpoint, criticizing the nature or administration of care, health insurance coverage, etc. However, some recently published research from Medical Staffing Network Healthcare LLC sheds some light on how the health care […]

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Mining Deaths Increase in 2013, According to MSHA

Mining deaths in 2013 increased by approximately 1.5 percent from those that occurred in 2012 – jumping from 36 mining fatalities in 2012 to 42 mining deaths in 2013, according to preliminary reports issued by officials at the Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Although 2013 had been on target to reporting less mining deaths, […]

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Fall Injury Facts and Statistics for Construction Workers (Part 2)

Picking up from Fall Injury Facts and Statistics for Construction Workers (Part 1), the following presents some additional information regarding the prevalence of fall injuries on construction sites and what industry leaders can do to reduce these injuries, make construction site safer and, ultimately, to save lives. Specifically, while Part 1 of this blog focused […]

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Fall Injury Facts and Statistics for Construction Workers (Part 1)

Fall injuries are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While falls and the resulting injuries they cause are a major concern for many industries, they are perhaps of the gravest concern in the construction injury where, as the Laborers Health and […]

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Cancer Rates Are Higher Among Firefighters, Reports NIOSH Study

Cancer rates among firefighters – both for specific types of cancer and for all cancers combined – are higher than those in the general U.S. population, reports a recent study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). This study, which analyzed approximately 30,000 firefighters in Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco, included […]

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How to Conduct Effective Workplace Safety Training (Part 2)

In continuation of How to Conduct Effective Workplace Safety Training (Part 1), the following provides some additional tips on how managers and others can conduct workplace safety training that will be both informative and effective for employees. In addition to tailoring the discussion to the specific audience of the session, using visual aids and asking […]

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How to Prevent On-the-Job Hearing Damage (Part 2)

Picking up from How to Prevent On-the-Job Hearing Damage (Part 1), the following provides some additional tips on how to protect yourself from hearing damage and hearing loss if you work in a particularly loud environment – such as on a construction site or in a manufacturing plant. In addition to wearing noise protection gear […]

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How to Prevent On-the-Job Hearing Damage (Part 1)

While most people think of workplace injuries as being physical injuries that are visibly apparent, in some cases, these injuries may not be readily apparent and may be the result of long-term exposure to (and lack of protection from) certain detrimental elements in a person’s work environment. One specific example of such workplace injuries is […]

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An Overview of Work-Related Hand Injuries (Part 2)

Continuing from An Overview of Work-Related Hand Injuries (Part 1)¸ the following provides some additional information regarding hand injuries that occur in the workplace. While Part 1 of this blog discussed some statistics related to on-the-job hand injuries, as well as some common types of hand injuries that workers can sustain, here in Part 2, […]

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An Overview of Work-Related Hand Injuries (Part 1)

Regardless of the type of work a person does, it’s more likely than not that they are regularly using their hands to complete the various tasks of their jobs. Given this, it’s no surprise that the hands, with all of their delicate bones and nerves, are the parts of the body that are most commonly […]

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Workplace Fatalities Reportedly Decreased in 2012 (Part 2)

Picking up from Workplace Fatalities Reportedly Decreased in 2012 (Part 1), the following provides some additional statistics from the 2012 National Census of Fatal Workplace Occupational Injuries (conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics). Workplace violence is still a serious issue and major cause of workplace deaths. In fact, in 2012, about 17 percent of […]

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OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 3)

Continuing from OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 2), this is the final installment of the three-part blog regarding new OSHA regulations associated with chemical hazards in the workplace. While Parts 1 and 2 of this blog focused on the consistent chemical labeling system and the changes to Hazard Communications Standards, […]

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OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 2)

Picking up from OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 1), the following is some additional information regarding new OSHA regulations that have been enacted as a way to minimize the number of workplace injuries (and resulting workers’ compensation claims) associated with handling or coming into contact with chemical hazards. While Part […]

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OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 1)

Recently, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has released its new Final Rule regarding Hazard Communications in the workplace. By attempting to reduce potential miscommunications regarding workplace hazards, these new regulations are intended to: Promote workplace safety Minimize the possibility of workplace injuries due to contact with or exposure to potential chemical hazards Ultimately […]

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An Overview of Workers’ Compensation Fraud (Part 2)

Continuing from An Overview of Workers Compensation Fraud (Part 1), here is some additional essential information regarding workers’ compensation fraud in Colorado. While Part 1 of this blog described how Colorado law specifically defines workers’ compensation fraud, here in Part 2, we will focus on some of the specific types of workers’ compensation fraud that […]

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An Overview of Workers Compensation Fraud (Part 1)

While the Colorado workers compensation system has been set up to protect workers who are injured on the job, unfortunately, people may try to take advantage of this system by fraudulently attempting to obtain benefits that should go to legitimately injured workers. According to the Colorado Workers’ Compensation Act, workers’ compensation fraud is legally defined […]

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Know the Signs of Heat Illness in Hot Summer Months (Part 2)

Continuing from Know the Signs of Heat Illness in Hot Summer Months (Part 1), here is some additional information regarding the symptoms of various heat-related illnesses that outdoor workers should be aware of during the summer months. Knowing these symptoms can help outdoor workers identify the signs of heat-related illnesses early on, get treatment as […]

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Know the Signs of Heat Illness in Hot Summer Months (Part 1)

With summer in full swing and temperatures across the nation only likely to get warmer before getting cooler, it’s important for those who work outdoors to know the signs of heat illnesses – including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke – so they know when to seek treatment to prevent more serious complications from […]

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Evaluating Workplace Safety to Foster a Culture of Safety at Work

When it comes to maintaining and improving workplace safety, industry leaders stress that it’s crucial for employers to create a team approach in which a company’s directors, middle management and all other employees work together to: Establish indicators of safety (or the lack thereof) Measure how well the company is matching up to safety indicators […]

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Employees’ Sleep Disorders Can Cause Workplace Safety Problems

The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) has launched the “Healthy Workforce Now” initiative in an effort to bring more attention to the fact that employees’ sleep disorders can create problems when it comes to workplace safety, employees’ health and workplace productivity. As part of this initiative, the ACOEM has released a number […]

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Workplace Injuries Can Be Opportunities for Progress, Prevention Strategizing

Although workplace injuries can put employees out of work for extended periods of time, can increase an employer’s insurance costs and can have a number of other detrimental consequences, they can also provide an opportunity for employers and employees to examine: The causes of such workplace injuries Unsafe behaviors or practices that contributed to these […]

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Final Rules for Workplace Health Programs Issued by Obama Administration

As part of rolling out the Obama administration’s new health care statutes, various federal agencies – including (but not limited to the U.S. Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services – have come together to develop and implement the final rules regarding what is required of workplace health promotion programs. These […]

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National COSH Report Recommends Reforms to Prevent Workplace Deaths (Part 2)

As discussed in National COSH Report Recommends Reforms to Prevent Workplace Deaths (Part 1), the April 2013 report compiled by the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (National COSH) reported some eye-opening statistics regarding the frequency of workplace fatalities in the U.S. In addition to these statistics and discourse on various workplace safety topics, […]

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May is National Electrical Safety Month

The Energy Education Council (EEC) is sponsoring May as the National Electrical Safety Month as a way to try to educate workers about how to improve their safety awareness and work habits when they work outside close to power lines. The 2013 campaign has been entitled “Teach Learn Care TLC” and is being spearheaded by […]

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Man Who Faked Work Injuries for Drugs Sentenced to 45 Days in Jail

A Seattle-area man who faked having workplace injuries in an effort to obtain pain medications from local hospitals has been sentenced to 45 days in jail after being convicted on three counts of fraudulently obtaining a controlled substance. In addition to the jail time, the man was also sentenced to pay various court fines, as […]

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Workplace Bullying Can Be a Real Problem for Employees & Employers

While bullying has become a hot-button topic for many schools and children throughout the U.S., it is also gaining an increasing amount of attention in business arenas, as: More than 35 percent of workers in the U.S. have reported being victimized by workplace bullying. Workplace bullying can be a significant cause of stress to employees […]

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Employees’ Stress Has Increased with Recession, Can Affect Productivity

Five years into a recession that seems to have no light at the end of the tunnel, employees have reported that they are facing a significant increase in their workplace stress levels, according to a recent nationwide survey overseen by Right Management. The link between the economic downturn and higher levels of workplace stress is […]

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Risk of Workplace Accidents & Injuries Increases with Daylight Savings Time

The loss of sleep that typically results from “springing forward” with daylight savings time (DST) increases the risk of workplace accidents and injuries, according to a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology (a publication of the American Psychological Association). Although DST only causes about an hour or so of sleep to be lost […]

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Railroad Employees Rights According to OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been in place since 1970 in order to protect employees, including railroad workers, by setting standards and regulations associated with various elements of workplace safety. OSHA regulations are particular important to certain industries, such as the railroad industry and the construction industry, that are known to have […]

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Vocational Rehabilitation after a Workplace Injury

Although the term rehabilitation usually engenders thoughts of recovering from an injury, when it comes to workplace injuries, rehabilitation also incorporates the notion of helping injured workers be prepared to go back to work so that they can earn a living; this latter notion of rehabilitation is known as vocational rehabilitation and typically comes into […]

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An Overview of Construction Site Injuries

Although employees are subject to sustaining a workplace injury at nearly any job they have (particularly if the employer is not vigilant about maintaining a safe environment), construction workers are among the most susceptible to being injured at work both due to the nature of their job and the various hazards the regularly interact with. […]

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Important Workers Compensation Terms Defined (Part 2)

As a follow up to Important Workers Compensation Terms Defined (Part 1), below are some additional terms associated with workers compensation that will be helpful to anyone who is going through the filing process. Temporary disability benefits: These are benefits paid to workers who have been injured on the job and, as a result, miss […]

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Important Workers Compensation Terms Defined (Part 1)

Many employees in the U.S. only rarely file or have perhaps never filed a worker’s compensation claim, which means that the process and the terms associated with it are likely to be foreign to them. Below is a list of common and essential workers compensation terms, along with an explanation, to help elucidate the process: […]

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An Overview of Temporary Disability Benefits in Colorado

Temporary disability benefits refer to a type of workers compensation that is granted to employees who have been injured on the job and who will not be able to work for at least three days (or for three shifts) due to these injuries. Typically, temporary disability benefits will kick in on the fourth day that […]

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Does My Injury Qualify as a Work-Related Injury?

If you have been recently injured, determining whether an injury is classified as a work-related injury by both an employer and insurance companies is far more complicated than many people realize. In fact, the stipulations regarding what is considered to be a workplace injury are extremely specific, and people with injuries not falling into the […]

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Common Questions & Answers about Injury and Illness Prevention Programs

More than 3.3 million workplace injuries occur each year in the U.S., and approximately 12 work-related deaths occur daily, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. What is possibly just as shocking as these statistics is the fact that such preventable injuries and deaths cost roughly $1 billion each week. In an effort to […]

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Common Misunderstandings About Colorado Workers Compensation (Part 2)

Colorado workers compensation laws are complex, as they have specific time frames during which claims have to be filed, specific rules about how claims are filed, etc. Failing to comply with these regulations can result in injured workers’ claims getting rejected or in their benefits getting significantly reduced. As a result, when workers are injured […]

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Common Misunderstandings About Colorado Workers Compensation (Part 1)

If you have been injured on the job and are thinking of filing a workers compensation claim, it’s important to educate yourself about the process, as well as your legal rights, to ensure that you don’t make a mistake that could cause your claim to be rejected or your benefits to be reduced. During such […]

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Regulation for Mandatory IIPPs Is Top OSHA Priority for 2013

The head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has stated that passing regulations to make it mandatory for employers to have injury and illness prevention programs (IIPPs) will be a top priority for the agency in 2013. The reason that IIPPs have become a primary focus of OSHA is that the agency is […]

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What to Expect in Workplace Safety Trends for 2013 (Part 2)

Some of the workplace safety trends that experts are predicting for 2013 include new OSHA regulations, an increasingly heightened attention to OSHA enforcement and an increase in costs of OSHA citations. In addition to these trends, industry professionals are also hypothesizing that the following will play a role in workplace safety trends for 2013: Reforms […]

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What to Expect in Workplace Safety Trends for 2013 (Part 1)

With the new year upon us, many experts are speculating on what workers, employers and insurance companies can expect in the way of workplace safety trends for 2013. The following are some of the work-related safety trends that will likely be the focus of 2013: New and Revised Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulations: […]

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Keeping Workers Warm with the Approaching Winter Season

Do you work outdoors?  There are a lot of work hazards that you’re exposed to that normal indoor workers will never see.  Depending on your type of work, season, region, geographic and the amount of time you spend outside, your risks can vary greatly. Industries with outdoor workers include landscapers, construction workers, gardeners, groundskeepers, transportation, […]

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Workers’ Compensation Seminar for Healthcare Industry

To help to keep up with Workers’ Compensation payer and billing communities on Rule 18 Medical Fee Schedules and Rule 16 Utilization Standards there will be changes that will be taking effect come January 1st of 2013. To help to educate workers and employers and others involved in the process, there will be a Colorado […]

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