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October 2013 Archives

Former police officer received workers' compensation

Workers can be injured by more than just physical harm while on the job. When a person suffers mental illness and emotional anguish from a work situation, workers' compensation benefits may be rightfully due. Recently, a former police officer received workers' compensation for mental damages he suffered after a media-charged pepper spray incident. Legal guidance is always available to help a person who is intimidated or confused about how to approach an employer regarding mental injury.

Oil rig worker falls to death near Los Alamos

The oil and gas industry is notorious for dangerous work conditions. Companies are supposed to properly train workers and take the required steps to ensure a reasonably safe work environment, but the truth is that safety violations throughout California leave many employees injured each year.

Levi's Stadium construction accident takes life of Vacaville man

More than 900 workers are coordinating their efforts to build Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. The stadium is scheduled to open next summer, and with so many individuals and so much building material and machinery on the site, the likelihood of a serious injury is increased significantly. Sadly, a driver recently died on the Levi's Stadium site, and Cal/OSHA is investigating.

Vallejo police investigate death of surveyor on construction site

Each day workers throughout California face the risk of serious injuries on construction sites. When construction injuries happen, workers or their families may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Such benefits can be used to cover medical expenses, lost wages and, when necessary, funeral expenses.

Company fined after fatal industrial accident in Bay Point

Earlier this year, a tragic industrial accident took the life of a temporary worker in Bay Point, California. The 26-year-old was working in an adhesive plant when he got caught up in a rotating mixer and suffered serious injuries and later died.

Cal/OSHA: County failed to protect employees from asbestos

Although it has been linked to cancer and a number of respiratory diseases, asbestos is still present in many workplaces. In California, employers and government officials are required to train workers to protect against asbestos exposure, and recently Cal/OSHA issued a fine and a citation against Sacramento County for failing to provide proper training and take other precautions.

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