Tag Archives: WorkersComp

Could Using Industrial Hand Soap at Work Hurt Me?

Photo of an industrial worker on a construction site laying sealant for waterproofing cement

Could the industrial hand soap you use at work be hurting you? Recently, Occupational Health & Safety magazine featured a report on industrial hand cleansers and whether they are doing more harm to workers than good.
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Can Undocumented Workers File a Claim if Injured on the Job?

We explain construction accident injury litigation.

Undocumented workers are regularly offered construction work in New Jersey. Whether hired permanently through a subcontractor or brought on as a day laborer, everybody has a right to workplace safety. If injured on the job, state and federal law allows undocumented workers to file workers’ comp through their employers or in some cases,… Read More »

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