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How Understaffing Leads to Work Injuries

One of the leading stories in the U.S. right now is about the labor shortage, and how companies (from healthcare to hospitality) are having a hard time filling roles or attracting new hires. Regardless of what caused the labor shortage, one of the major effects is ...

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  • How Understaffing Leads to Work Injuries

    One of the leading stories in the U.S. right now is about the labor shortage, and how companies (from healthcare to hospitality) are having a hard ...

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  • Minimizing the Risk of Drowning While Boating

    Summer on the Gulf Coast attracts thousands of people to our lakes and beaches. Water recreation supports our economy, but it’s also potentially ...

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  • Why the Seacor Power Capsized

    On April 13, a lift boat called The Seacor Power capsized several miles off of Port Fourchon with 19 crew on board. Six of the crew are rescued, six ...

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  • What Do I Need to Do When I’m Injured at Work in Louisiana?

    When someone is injured at work, their first priority should be ensuring their own health and safety. That doesn’t just mean getting emergency medical ...

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  • The Cost of Treating Burn Injuries

    In the year 2000, the National Business Group on Health reported that burn injuries and fires caused $6.2 billion in productivity losses, which ...

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  • When Is a Property Owner at Fault for an Accident?

    When someone is injured on someone else's property due to unsafe conditions, they're eligible to hold the property owner liable for their medical ...

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