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November 2014 Archives

OSHA regulations and being safe on the job

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration, or OSHA as most people have come to know it by, is the governmental agency responsible for the application of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. OSHA is an agency under the U.S. Department of Labor and was established with the passing of the OSH Act. The organization covers most private businesses in the U.S. as well as 27 states. One of the main areas of interest for OSHA is the safety of workers. In accomplishing this goal OSHA will perform inspections of work sites for safety and other violations.

Massachusetts mayor makes changes after fatal car accidents

Car accidents have become an expectation in Massachusetts and throughout the United States, so much so that there are websites dedicated to nothing more than predicting how many accidents a person will be involved with during their life time. As the name suggest, car accidents always involve a car. Although a majority of car accidents involve another car or some stationary object, a growing number of accidents involve cyclists and the every present pedestrian population. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) there were almost 5,000 pedestrian deaths and over 76,000 injuries in 2012 alone.

Workers' compensation: focus on healing; let us do the work

By their nature, worker compensation cases occur at the most venerable time in a Massachusetts resident's life. Being unable to work often times means no income, forcing a person to rely on their savings. Having a worker compensation claim disputed can force an injured worker to exist in a sort of limbo, where they can longer work and are not able to get assistance from the programs created to help people in their situation.

MA pedestrian suffers serious injury after car accident

Massachusetts residents do not like to consider the possibility of an accident when they head out on the road as drivers or pedestrians in Worcester. Nonetheless, the fact is that there is always a risk for an auto accident. The aftereffects of a car accident can be wide-ranging and severe. There can be serious injury and even fatalities. In some instances, the driver of a vehicle might decide to leave the scene in spite of the law and the possibility that people were hurt. It is important for those who are hurt in a hit-and-run accident know what to do after it happens.

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