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Posts tagged "Workers' Compensation"

Explaining how workers' comp benefits can be used

Have you ever wondered what it is that workers' compensation benefits actually cover? We've heard the term a million times over in life but there aren't many people who actually know what it is the benefits cover. In today's post, we will take a look at what the benefits cover so you know how to use them in the event that you are injured or sickened while on the job in New Hampshire.

What are an employee's responsibilities with an injury claim?

When it comes to suffering an injury at work, employees have quite a bit of responsibility if they want to file a successful claim. Just know that access to workers' compensation benefits is never guaranteed. You likely won't receive benefits if you were injured at work while intoxicated, on drugs, while committing a crime or while breaking a company policy. So, what are the employee responsibilities when it comes to a claim?

What to do if you are injured while on the job

When you leave for work in the morning, you likely aren't thinking about what you have to do should you be involved in an accident on the job. This is especially true if you work in an office setting or profession where your job is not considered dangerous. Even though you might not work a dangerous job, you can still be involved in a workplace accident.

Identifying workplace hazards in New Hampshire

When you go to work each morning you shouldn't be worried about remaining safe unless you work in the fire service, EMS service or law enforcement. If you work in an inherently dangerous job, such as construction, shipbuilding, mining or any other similar profession, your safety could be in jeopardy. Here's how you can identify workplace hazards in New Hampshire.

Safety requirements for employers

State and federal laws require employers to provide their employees with a safe place to work. If an employer does not do so, then employees may file a report with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Employees may also refuse to work in some cases.

Health risk associated with lead dust from firearms

Firearms safety is vital for all those who use guns for work or for fun. Many gun users take safety courses, training sessions and gun lessons to learn how to properly operate a firearm. You can practice safety as much as possible, but there is a silent issue out there that can cause health problems. That silent issue surrounds lead dust.

What should I know about workers' compensation coverage?

Workers' compensation was created to make sure employees would be able to seek medical attention in the case that they were injured in the course of employment. They are also entitled to additional benefits, like pay for missed days at work, in some cases.

2 seriously injured after pedestrian accident in Nashua

As someone who walks or rides a bike often, the idea of being hit by a car is terrifying. Pedestrian accidents occur fairly often, and many times, they're the result of drivers not paying attention to the road or getting behind the wheel when they're drunk or distracted.

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