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Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Dwayne N.

In many industries it is common practice for one trade to follow another on to the work site, or even different crews working for the same employer, but assigned to different tasks. Working in an industrial setting or on a major construction site can be dangerous in and of itself, but how does the follow-on crew know that the preceding crew left the site in a safe and proper condition when they left the site?

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Melissa B. v. Scheinder National

Client was hired as a driver in 2013. While inspecting her truck, she fell on ice which resulted in back and neck pain and later tingling in both arms and down one leg due to her discs putting pressure on her nerves.

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Cook v. G Tech Corporation

In November 2010, this client injured his neck at work when he picked up a piece of plywood to place on a saw and felt something pop in his neck.

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