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12 Common Orthopedic Work-Related Injuries
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12 Common Orthopedic Work-Related Injuries
29 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
Workplace injuries are very common and lead to chronic pain. Jobs that are demanding on the body, require high-risk activity, lack safety procedures, or require repetitive movement are the most common for workplace injuries. If you aren’t provided with the correct safety procedures or if your job expects you to work long hours then your … READ MORE
All You Need To Know About Death Claims
23 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
No one goes to their job thinking it is their last. We all wake up in the morning hoping that the work day will pass quickly so we can go back to the comfort of our homes and loved ones. Unfortunately, to be human means to have an expiration date. If someone you love died … READ MORE
Who Can File A Death Claim?
22 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
If you are searching for information about a death claim through workers compensation insurance then let our Los Angeles Death Claim Attorneys at the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach in Los Angeles express our sincerest condolences. Since 1978 our law office has been providing workers and the family an empathetic ear and aggressive legal … READ MORE
4 Tips To Help Your Stress Related Injury Case
16 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
Are you stressed at work? Not just big sigh stressed or pop-open a beer as soon as you get to your house stressed, but real life changing stressed? For example, life-altering stress is when you are unable to function normally at work. You may not be able to work as efficiently, turn in work on … READ MORE
Does Your Job Have You Working From Heights?
15 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
We know that workplace injuries are a reality. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were around 2.8 million workplace injuries or illnesses in 2017. Of course, there are certain industries that are more dangerous than others, ones that tend to cause more severe injuries. One thing we do know is that falls are … READ MORE
EMS Personnel Face Major On-The-Job Stress
9 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
We all face stressful situations, whether in our daily lives or at work. We are used to that. However, there are some jobs that are much more stressful than others. An article in EMS World tells us that EMS personnel face incredibly stressful, and unpredictable, situations on a daily basis. While many people have to … READ MORE
Indoor Versus Outdoor Injuries
8 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
There is a stigma against people who work indoors. They are told that they have cushy jobs that don’t require much physical activity. If you are working outdoors then it is completely believable that you will have a riskier job than if you are indoors. However, that doesn’t mean that people indoors don’t also have … READ MORE
The manifestation of Stress-Related Injuries
2 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
When you finally break free from college and start working in the workforce, not many people tell you about the stress that it involves. Remember panicking about turning in a paper on time? Did your heart feel like it was about to beat out of your chest? We used to think that was stress, what … READ MORE
Stress-Induced Heart Attack At Work
1 Mar 2019 | William J. Kropach
Have you heard the expression “work your fingers to the bone”? It means that you work so hard especially at a job with physical labor. It’s not a very good phrase. You usually want that followed up with something like “at least it pays”. But that is not the case for most physical labor jobs. … READ MORE
Examples of Stress Injuries On The Job
23 Feb 2019 | William J. Kropach
When you start a job for the first time you are so excited. It was an exciting process. Not only did you have to provide all your credentials, but you also had to show up multiple interviews to prove that you would be a good fit. Then you had to wait for their response. That … READ MORE