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  • What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
    What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    Have you ever used your hand or wrist so much in a short period of time that it’s become sore or experienced a unique form of tingling or pain? This could be an example of what it feels like to have ...

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  • Three Unexpected Ways You Could Get Hurt at Work
    Three Unexpected Ways You Could Get Hurt at Work

    What do you think of when you think of the jobs where you’re most likely to get hurt? Dock worker? Commercial fisherman? Construction worker? If you’re like most people, you more than likely don’t ...

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  • A Brief Overview of the Workers' Comp Appeals Process in Florida
    A Brief Overview of the Workers' Comp Appeals Process in Florida

    When you are injured on the job, you will likely try to pursue a workers’ compensation claim. But what happens when your initial claim is rejected or denied? It’s not uncommon for a claim to be ...

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  • Preventing Fatalities from OSHA's
    Preventing Fatalities from OSHA's "Fatal Four"

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration keeps a careful record of workplace injuries and fatalities in order to help make workplaces safer. Through years of study, OSHA has found that there ...

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  • The Difference Between Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation
    The Difference Between Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation

    When you are injured, you may have legal recourse available to you, depending on the circumstances of how your injury occurred. There are two primary types of injury law: personal injury and workers’ ...

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  • Temporary vs. Permanent Disability
    Temporary vs. Permanent Disability

    Being injured can impact your life in a number of ways, including your ability to work and support yourself. If you are hurt while on the job and your injury limits your ability to perform your job ...

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