Doctors and scientists agree that there is no safe level of exposure to asbestos. Even if it's a small quantity of the substance that you happen to inhale at work one day, it could result in your suffering from lung cancer, mesothelioma or asbestosis.
Studies have shown that an estimated 13 million workers across the United States are at risk of chemical exposure through the skin. In fact, occupational skin diseases rank second among the most common types of occupational diseases that workers suffer.
Although this blog has in the past mentioned the concept, it may be helpful to injured workers in the Charlotte area to have a review on exactly what a third party liability claim is, specifically with respect to workplace injuries.
A man who was a well-known senior citizen in the Charlotte area has died after being hit by a car while crossing the street. This was a hit-and-run accident, as the driver of the vehicle fled the scene after striking the man. Police later tracked down the driver and arrested him, charging him with a felony.
This blog has discussed many different situations in which a Charlotte, North Carolina, victim can receive compensation for his or her injuries.
Many job duties require repetitive motions of the hand and wrist. This is common for cashiers, construction workers and factory workers. Unfortunately, not all employers take steps that minimize the stress on their employees.