The Key Element of Workers’ Comp: Documentation of Any Injuries
In 2017, Texas private industry employees reported 183,396 workplace injuries. That’s 2.2 claims for every 100 workers.  When an employee gets injured, the priority should be to get medical assistance. Once the situation is under control, the next vital step is to document the incident.  Many employees overlook this ...
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Preventative Tips for Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Distracted driving claims more than 3,000 lives every year in the U.S. Whether it’s texting, listening to the radio turned up too loud, or chatting with friends in the car, distracted driving is deadly, both for those in the car and for others on the road. April is Distracted ...
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Neck Injuries from Car Accidents: What You Need to Know
Each year, car accidents cause close to 40% of neck injuries sustained by the American public. What’s even more shocking is that 50% of vertebral fractures to the cervical spine are also caused by car accidents.  Most people take it for granted, but your spine is one of the most important ...
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Understanding the Zone of Special Danger
The Defense Base Act (DBA) protects the compensation rights of civilians working on US military bases outside the country. The DBA is founded on the doctrine of the zone of special danger. In fact, it’s impossible to appreciate DBA cases without understanding the background of the doctrine of special danger. ...
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