According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there were nearly 4 workplace injuries per 100 full-time employees in 2012. That's 1 out of 25 people getting hurt on the job. The United States has decreased the number of workplace fatalities by a phenomenal margin since 1970, but that doesn't mean that employers can't do better. The Davis Law Group seeks to educate let everyone who visits our site know what their options are after a workplace injury, including knowing how to spot a good attorney and how to strength your case and make sure you're collecting the right information after your accident.
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Worker Dies After Falling Down Avis Rental Car Elevator Shaft According to the Seattle Fire Department, the fall was roughly 30 feet, and the man was found in ah elevator shaft and extricated by emergency responders
Employee Killed after Falling into Meat Blender An employee of a sanitation company was killed Friday after he fell into a meat blender while on the job in Clackamas, Oregon, according to officials with the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA).