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Archive: Workers’ Compensation

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Jun 19

Workplace Injuries on the Rise

by The Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP
Workers' Compensation Claim on Long Island.

Work-Related Injuries Increasing Workplace injuries can happen in any industry. A desk worker may trip over a power cord and break an ankle. A delivery driver may be involved in an accident in between jobs. A teacher may be injured…

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Jun 8

Top 5 Industries That Lead to Workplace Injuries

by The Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP
Our Long Island construction accident lawyers report that NIOSH has developed an aerial simulator to help construction workers avoid injury.

Which Industries See the Highest Number of Workplace Injuries? New York is home to thousands of different types of businesses, ranging from small start-up companies to Fortune 500 businesses. Unfortunately, workplace injuries happen every day. Workers who get hurt on…

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Work injury claim form for an injury victim who has hired a Long Island workers' compensation attorney.

Whether you work in the construction industry or an office setting, you can suffer an on-the-job injury that requires you to seek medical attention and to miss work.  At our Long Island workplace injury law firm, we often hear from…

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Oct 6

Injured at Work? Take These Steps Immediately

by The Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP
Long Island Workers' Compensation Claim

Whether you’re a factory worker who was hurt by a machine accident, a prep cook who was burned on a sizzling stove-top, or a contractor who got sick while removing asbestos, you’re entitled to make a workers’ compensation claim. Some…

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Our Long Island construction accident lawyers report that NIOSH has developed an aerial simulator to help construction workers avoid injury.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is showcasing this device as part of its National Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, an event that encourages work to halt temporarily at construction sites so managers can talk to workers…

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