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October 2017 Archives

The risks associated with commercial baking

Bakers in New York are at increased risk of developing baker's asthma, which is a fairly common occupational respiratory disorder. In order to reduce workers' compensation claims, employers need to be aware of prevention strategies and employees should to know the symptoms involved so they can minimize the damage and get help right away.

Protection from scaffolding falls

There always seems to be construction going on in New York, and falls from scaffolding are common reasons for workers' compensation claims. Safety in regard to scaffolding and associated equipment must be a priority for employers and workers, and proper controls and procedures need to be in place.

Symptoms of workplace carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas that can be determential to an individual's health, resulting in sickness or even death if too much CO is inhaled. New York employers are required to take steps to ensure that their workplace is protected against possible CO hazards. Many employees, however, may not be aware of how subtle carbon monoxide poisoning can be.

Do you really need an attorney for your workers' compensation case?

If you are injured while working, you probably know that you are able to receive workers' compensation benefits to help cover expenses while you are out of work. You might not know what you need to do to take advantage of the protections that are offered to you after a workplace injury.

Falling debris in the workplace

Falling debris is one of the reasons for workers' compensation claims in New York. The effects can range from minor bruising to even death, depending on the size and weight of the object. Debris can cause injuries to construction workers and also pedestrians in the vicinity of construction projects. 

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