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Within warehouse environments, various types of work-related injuries can and do occur. In some cases, these injuries happen when employers cut corners on safety or compel fast-paced work beyond reasonable expectations. In other cases, work hazards are ignored, which can lead to severe work injuries. Warehouses are the scenes of constant activity, such as forklifts…

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Between the recent tornadoes and hailstorms, as well as the coronavirus outbreak, many people are starting to consider their mortality. For this reason, they are beginning to think it is time to prepare their last will and testament or to revise their existing wills. According to CNBC, various online will-drafting sites are beginning to see…

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While the country sheltered-in-place, people relied – and still do – on truck drivers to deliver food, medical supplies, clothing, entertainment devices and materials, and a full range of products for essential living and for comfort. The rules for truck drivers are continually changing. Some of these rules have the force of laws such as…

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Generally, there are two different ways that an employee can seek workers’ compensation benefits in Tennessee or Georgia. The first way is that the worker has an accident at work such as a slip and fall that causes him/her to need medical care. The second way is for the worker to suffer an “occupational illness.”…

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