Workplace injuries and illnesses take many forms. Many of them, such as repetitive stress injuries, as insidious. They build over a long period of time, getting chronically worse and worse.
In the first part of this post, we introduced the high-profile case of John F. Kennedy to discuss the broader theme of how chronic back pain can greatly impact someone’s daily life.
One of the important threads we're following in this blog is chronic back pain.
It's been a couple of months since we last wrote about forklift injuries.
Our main focus in this blog is workers’ compensation. But beginning with this post, we will also periodically post about medical malpractice issues.
It's been a little over a month since we last wrote about construction accidents. In our November 1 post, we took note of evidence that immigrant workers tend to be affected at disproportionate rates by fatal workplace accidents.
For years, baseball was often called America's pass-time. More recently, however, football has become known as America's passion. Baltimore Ravens' fans experienced this to the hilt when the team won the Super Bowl last season.