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Posted in Our Blog on August 30, 2013

Four Years After Brain Injury, Former Student Sues High School

One of the most prevalent high school sports, football, is also a primary cause of traumatic brain injury. Student athletes in both high school and college risk their long-term brain health by playing the full-contact sport. While parents have often
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Posted in Our Blog, Workers Compensation, Workplace Injuries on August 23, 2013

New Study Compares Workplace Injuries In Industries, States

Employees in certain industries are more likely to be injured on the job than workers in other industries. For instance, a person working in an amusement park or arcade is more likely to suffer an injury that causes job restriction
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Posted in Our Blog, Wrongful death on August 16, 2013

Wrongful Death Suit Claims Different Story In Woman’s Death

A traffic stop in LaPlace, Louisiana, turned awry has resulted in a lawsuit being filed against several employees with the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office, including the sheriff. The wrongful death lawsuit was filed by the son of
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Posted in Car Accidents, Distracted Driving, Our Blog on August 7, 2013

New Law Bans Drivers From Using Social Media Sites While Driving

Distracted driving has become a common cause of car accidents in Louisiana. It is already illegal for drivers to text behind the wheel but the state recently passed a new law that will hopefully prevent more distracted driving accidents in
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Posted in Our Blog on August 2, 2013

Health Care Workers Suffer The Most Workplace Injuries

Health care workers face many hazards on the job and as a result, suffer more workplace injuries compared to other workers in the U.S., according to a new report by Public Citizen. They reported that health care workers are injured
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