Blog Posts in September, 2017

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  • Four Work Injuries Arc Welders Face at the Bakken Oil Field
    Four Work Injuries Arc Welders Face at the Bakken Oil Field

    Oil field work is full of dangers and this is especially true of the Bakken Oil Field where the work is dynamic and fast-paced. While these dangers apply to all workers, arc welders are particularly ...

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  • Pedestrian Personal Injury on Crosswalks
    Pedestrian Personal Injury on Crosswalks

    When a crosswalk light indicates that pedestrians may walk, people incorrectly assume that it's safe to walk. Even if the sign itself says this, you should not take it as a guaranty of safety. Neither ...

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  • 4 Tips for Preventing Construction Injuries
    4 Tips for Preventing Construction Injuries

    When working on a construction site, it’s important to take extra precautions to avoid any accidents. Here are a few tips for staying safe when working -- and for keeping your workers safe. Hold ...

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  • Why a Close Call Construction Accident Is a Call to Action
    Why a Close Call Construction Accident Is a Call to Action

    Most accidents are not random incidents, especially in the Bakken oil field. More often than not, there are good reasons why they happen. In fact, a trained observer can examine and inspect ...

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  • Permanent Disability Benefits
    Permanent Disability Benefits

    Permanent disability is available to employees who were injured while on the job, but who didn’t fully recover from any of their injuries. When work injuries leave the victim at a permanent and ...

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  • Improper Loading: A Common Form of Negligence That Causes Trucking Accidents
    Improper Loading: A Common Form of Negligence That Causes Trucking Accidents

    The maximum weight allowed for a semi truck is 80,000 pounds, and more than half of this weight is the truck's cargo. This load makes the truck top-heavy, and any shifting while in transit can have ...

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