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Workers' Compensation Archives

Beware of falls

Ask a sampling of random people in Walker what careers they consider to be dangerous, and you will likely hear responses such as law enforcement, public safety and construction. Any job in which you work in controlled indoor environment is probably not viewed as being risky. Several of the past clients that have sought our services here at The Sapp Law Firm, LLC have shared this same opinion, only to discover that the most common type of workplace injury can easily strike any member of any profession. 

Does your employer do its part to prevent workplace cancer?

Your Alabama work environment can have a serious impact on your overall health, and this holds true regardless of the type of field you work in. Some professions have more obvious risks than others in terms of employee exposure to chemicals and hazardous substances, but regardless of whether the risks you face are overt or more under the radar, your employer has a duty to minimize them as much as possible.

America’s most common occupational illnesses and injuries

Virtually every job available across Alabama and the United States involves some degree of risk, but as you might expect, those who work in certain industries are more prone to particular types of workplace injuries than others. Even so, there are certain types of far-reaching on-the-job injuries affecting Americans more frequently than others. At the Sapp Law Firm, L.L.C., we have a firm understanding of the types of work-related injuries affecting today’s workforce, and we have helped many clients who suffered or developed on-the-job injuries or illnesses seek recourse.

Explosions a common cause of fatal mining accidents

The mining industry provides people throughout central Alabama with a way to earn a living. Though this occupation can pay well, you likely also know that you face certain risks when on the job. Mining is labor-intensive and presents hazards that could easily result in your suffering serious work-related injuries.

Fatal work injury statistics in America

When you show up to your Alabama job each day, you probably do not give too much thought to whether you are risking your life just by doing so, but in actuality, thousands of American workers suffer fatal work injuries every year. At The Sapp Law Firm, we understand the factors and professions that place you at a higher risk of an on-the-job fatality, and we have assisted many people who have suffered injury or lost a loved one because of an injury that occurred in the workplace.

Injuries common among restaurant workers

If you work in an Alabama restaurant, you face certain job-specific hazards that differ from those employed in other industries. Many of the injuries suffered by food service workers across the state and nation are similar in nature, and many of them are serious and can have significant impacts on your overall quality of life. At the Sapp Law Firm, L.L.C., we understand how difficult it can be to stay afloat and provide for your family following an on-the-job accident, and we have represented many clients who suffered injury as a result of their hospitality industry jobs.

Diagnosed with black lung? Alabama miners deserve benefits.

Mining is an inherently dangerous profession. No matter what type of mining, the men and women who work in this industry face various risks every time they show up for work. These risks are due not only to the threat of an accident, but also because of the various illnesses linked with the mining profession.

Workplace hazards faced by Alabama health care workers

If you are one of many Alabamans who works in the health care field, you may have some idea about the types of job-related risks you face every time you clock in for work. At the Sapp Law Firm, L.L.C., we have a comprehensive understanding of the specific hazards you face in your line of work, and we have considerable experience assisting health care workers who suffer injury or develop illness on the job.

America’s most common construction site injuries

Every time you show up for work at an Alabama construction site, you face unique workplace hazards that those in many other industries do not. At The Sapp Law Firm, we assist many clients who suffer on-the-job injuries, and we understand how securing compensation to cover those injuries can help you navigate through your recovery process.


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