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Workplace Accidents Archives

Man killed in kiln as he is trapped inside: Family seeks answers

When a person suffers a serious injury or dies as a result of a company's negligence, it's possible to seek compensation from that company. Normally, workplace injuries go through workers' compensation claims. However, in some cases, a lawsuit could be necessary, like if a person is a third party contractor and not an employee.

Common causes of Houston workplace accidents

Workplace accidents happen all too often in just about every industry imaginable. Some are entirely avoidable, while others simply cannot be avoided no matter how many safety precautions are in place. Here are some of the most common causes of workplace accidents in Houston, Texas.

A traumatic brain injury: What will it cost you?

From slip and falls on someone else's property to serious work related accidents, there are a range of instances in which you could suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While some TBIs can be mild and have only a minor impact on your life, more severe TBIs can have a devastating effect, particularly on one's finances and psychological state.

TxDOT continues to urge safe driving in work zones

While many people might not have realized it, the first week of April was actually National Work Zone Awareness Week, a time set aside each year to remind the public of the daily dangers facing highway road crews and the accompanying need to drive safely while navigating construction zones.

Don't panic if your employer doesn't have work comp coverage

When employees suffer some manner of serious work-related injury, they invariably have a host of concerns, not all of which are related to their wellbeing. Indeed, many are understandably worried about how they will pay for the medical treatment necessitated by their accident or how they will manage to make ends meet while they heal.

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