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Why you likely can't sue your employer after a workplace shooting

In America, on average, one person is shot to death while at work every day of the year. The shooters include disgruntled employees, thieves, people pursuing a current or former significant other into their place of work and others with myriad motives and mental health issues.

Family of paralyzed worker settles Caltrans suit for $37 million

Men and women who work along our roads and freeways have some of the most dangerous jobs in the state. In addition to working with potentially dangerous equipment, they're often at the mercy of California drivers who are negligent or reckless. In one case that was just settled, however, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) was determined to be at fault for a tragic accident rather than the driver.

The restaurant industry is especially dangerous for young workers

Many high school and college students with part-time jobs work in the restaurant industry. This can involve anything from manning the drive-thru at a fast-food restaurant to working as a server or bus person at a high-end eatery. While some students have jobs year-round, the number of teens in the workplace increases during the summer -- and so does the number of injuries.

Is surgery required to repair a hip fracture?

A hip fracture is a serious injury that causes pain and discomfort, while making it nearly impossible to walk. If you have reason to believe you've suffered this type of injury, such as in a workplace accident, it's critical to receive immediate medical attention.

What’s the best treatment for a pinched nerve in your neck?

If you suspect a pinched nerve, perhaps as the result of overexertion at work, you shouldn't wait to receive a medical diagnosis. Your doctor can conduct a variety of tests to determine if you have a pinched nerve, or are suffering from another condition.

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