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What temporary total disability benefits can a worker obtain?

Workplace injuries can wreak havoc in a worker's life. Due to unsafe working conditions, a worker may suffer any number of injuries, from minor scrapes or sprains, to more serious injuries which could lead to long-term or lifelong care, or even death. Under the guidelines enshrined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employers are required to ensure that the workplace is safe for all workers.

Excessive lead paint results in recall of baby furniture

Although the majority of product manufacturers do their best to bring safe products to market, some occasionally end up releasing products with dangerous defects. The flaws may be in the design, the manufacturing process or the materials used. Regardless of the cause, if a product harms someone, the manufacturer is liable for those injuries.

Car accidents often prove to be fatal

Car accidents are often attributed to some form of traffic violation. Such traffic violations can include speeding, tailgating, changing lanes without the proper notice to the other drivers, driving under the influence, texting while driving or talking on the cell phone while driving.

Resolving the most complex workers' compensation claims

Illinois law dictates that any worker who suffers an injury while employed may be entitled to workers' compensation. Workers' compensation is a form of self-insurance for the employer to safeguard the employer in the event of a workplace injury. However, there may be certain cases in which the employee was injured when that employee was not on the work premises. The attorneys at Brady & Jensen, LLP, have represented many workers in similar lawsuits.

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