Are you paying attention to ergonomics at work?

On behalf of Tillman & Associates, Attorneys at Law posted in workplace safety on Friday, April 29, 2016. Did you know that a workplace injury doesn't always come from an accident such as a fall or explosion? In fact, you could experience a workplace injury from long-term computer or desk work even if nothing traumatic happens to you. These [...]

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Using nail guns safely on construction jobs

On behalf of Tillman & Associates, Attorneys at Law posted in Construction Workers' Accidents on Friday, April 22, 2016. Construction workers use a lot of tools to get jobs done fast and well. In many cases, proper use of these tools can actually increase safety on the job, but when tools are used improperly, they increase overall risks of [...]

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Considering Social Security disability benefits

On behalf of Tillman & Associates, Attorneys at Law posted in workplace illnesses on Friday, April 15, 2016. Over the past weeks, we've covered a lot of information about workers' compensation coverage and what you should do if you are injured on the job. But what happens if you are injured and it wasn't part of your job? While [...]

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Do you have a repetitive motion injury?

On behalf of Tillman & Associates, Attorneys at Law posted in Construction Workers' Accidents on Friday, April 8, 2016. When we think of construction workplace accidents, we often think of incidents involving tools or falls. But a large number of employee injuries in such environments are actually musculoskeletal disorders that develop from repetitive motion injuries or strains and sprains. [...]

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Maximizing workers’ compensation benefits

On behalf of Tillman & Associates, Attorneys at Law posted in workplace safety on Friday, April 1, 2016. Workers' compensation plans are very different from other types of insurance plans which might cover injuries to third parties. Car insurance or homeowners' insurance, for example, typically includes liability coverage that might cover expenses associated with someone who was injured due [...]

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