Tag Archives: Workers’ Compensation

Could an Employer Be Liable for Damage Caused by a Drunk Employee?

Two years ago, a 49-year-old Newark woman was working at a marine terminal in Elizabeth when she was unexpectedly hit by a top loader.  After the collision, people on the scene rushed to her aid but  she did not survive.  Now, almost two years later, this case might be drawing to a close. Why Was a Drunk Employee Operating Heavy…
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Could Using Industrial Hand Soap at Work Hurt Me?

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. How Can Using Industrial Hand Soap Hurt Me? Per the Occupational Health & Safety magazine report, not all industrial hand soap is dangerous. The…
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How Injured Workers Can Prove Fault Following a Construction Accident

In the wake of a construction accident, injured workers and their families often face a mountain of hardships, including hospital bills, loss of income if the injury prevents the victim from going back to work and the challenge of recovering from a catastrophic injury. On top of all that, workers may have a legal battle on their hands if their…
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