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Returning to work after a work-related injury

It can be an extremely stressful and frustrating experience to have been injured at work. Ironically, getting injured as a result of the tasks that you carried out at work can mean that you have to stop working for a time and lose wages as a result. Luckily, there are protections in place for workers so that they don't have to suffer financially while they are recovering and are not able to make an income.

The different types of spinal cord injuries

Spinal cord injuries can not only be extremely painful and dangerous, they can also damage a person's ability to live the way that he or she wants and contributes to a lowered quality of life. Spinal cord injuries are also a fairly common form of occupational injury, meaning that they occur very often in workplaces when people engage in heavy lifting, working with heights and other at-risk tasks.

How crushed foot injuries are evaluated

Being injured at work can be a heartbreaking experience. Pain comes not just from the physical injuries, but the consequences it can have for your daily life. Then there's the stress that you may endure at the prospect of medical bills, lost wages, and wanting to get back to work.

What are crush injuries and what happens if you suffer from one?

Crush injuries are one of the more serious types of workplace accidents an individual can be involved in. There are many ways this type of injury can occur. A building may collapse with workers in it, someone might get trampled in a stampede into or out of a building or open space or a worker may get pinned under or behind heavy machinery.

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