If you work in the construction industry in Alabama, you will likely know that your occupation is significantly more hazardous than most other jobs. While workers in offices, retail stores and many other work environments also face injury risks, construction workers have to deal with an endless list of potentially deadly occupational hazards. Although the Occupational Safety and Health Administration prescribes strict safety standards, even compliance might not avoid unanticipated on-the-job accidents.
While the colder weather is still hanging around, there is no doubt that spring is just around the corner. This may have you excited to hit the Alabama roadways on your motorcycle. If you store your motorcycle for the colder weather, then getting it ready for spring is important. You want to ensure that when you get on it that first time, it is ready to go.
When you file a workers' compensation claim in Alabama, every but of information you provide is checked into. This is to prevent fraud. Some people will make claims about false injuries just to get money or time off work. The system has to be hard on fraud. Investigators may look to many tools to help them figure out if your injury is legitimate. One of those tools may be social media
Drivers in Alabama must be vigilant while driving. Along with looking for common road hazards, you also want out for deer, which can cause serious injury and property damage when they’re struck by a vehicle. Geico offers the following tips to drivers to help them avoid deer when on the road.
If you have a loved one in an Alabama nursing home, you are no doubt concerned with the level of care your family member receives. Along with ensuring that practical needs are sufficiently met, it’s also crucial that a nursing facility offers a variety of appropriate activities. Very Well Health explains how a nursing home can develop activities to best serve its residents.