Death Rate Rises for Workers’ Comp Accidents Involving Older Workers

Because of the high cost of living (comfortably) through retirement, a greater number of older workers are still on the job. As these...

Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you have been injured on the job or are ill because of something at your workplace, then you should absolutely file for...

Is Your Employer Keeping You Safe Enough?

Construction sites are among the most dangerous places to work in America, accounting for more workplace injuries than any other type of business....

Common Construction Site Injuries You Need to Watch Out For in Chicago

Construction sites are among the most dangerous work environments throughout the US, and Illinois and Chicago are no exception. Other than transportation and...

Construction Worker Killed On-The-Job in Chicago Suburbs

While working construction on a bridge along the I-90 highway in the Chicago suburb of Des Plaines, a worker was recently killed and...

Hold the Mustard! McDonald’s Workers Sue For Work-related Injuries

Dozens of workers across the country have filed federal complaints against McDonalds. The complaints detail employees getting injured on the job and not...

OSHA Investigates Chicago Worker Injury

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (known as OSHA) is a federal governmental agency tasked with safeguarding the health and safety of over...

Construction Worker Killed By Flying Object

A construction site is an incredibly dangerous place to work. Heavy objects and heavy equipment are everywhere. Multiple tasks are being performed at...

Chicago Worker Killed in Wall Collapse

Construction workers face danger on a daily basis. They work with heavy and dangerous building materials and with large construction vehicles. Although it...

Chicago Area Work Injury Results In Death

Just last month, another tragic workers compensation accident occurred in the Chicago area. This time, a 50 year old factory worker was killed...