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Women are often disproportionately affected by workplace injuries

Many reports indicate that there are still inequalities in the workplace between men and women. It might be in the lack of executive positions women hold or the wage gap, but there are still disparities today in 2019.

Retail risk: Retail workers face significant hazards

It seems that there is never one answer to what job involves the highest risk of work injuries. Many annual studies find that emergency responders and construction workers face some of the highest risks of workplace injuries. While that is undoubtedly true, another unexpected group has surpassed them in recent years.

Overexertion is still one of the top causes of workplace injuries

Why is it so difficult to take a break from work? Maybe employers hold their employees to high standards and urge them to meet specific productivity goals. Or, employees are passionate about their career and devote a considerable amount of time to their work.

Teachers might face more risks of injury than they think

Teachers are not included in the lists of the professions that face the highest risk of workplace injuries. Many consider schools to be “low-risk” workplaces. After all, working with children in the classroom should not involve significant hazards.

How the environment of your workplace can help prevent an injury

Long-term injuries that compound over time are silent threats to many Maryland workers. Even though jobs like construction work often involve a higher risk of injury, desk jobs and assembly line work often lead to long-term work injuries as well.

Preparation is key for your SSDI hearing

Unfortunately, nearly half of Social Security Disability claims are denied at the initial application. The high rate of these denials leaves many Marylanders suffering severe injuries without benefits. As a threshold question, a person qualifies for benefits when they have either been out of work for one year due to a medical condition, or a doctor indicates they will be out of work for the foreseeable year. That considered, a Social Security administrator may still deny a person's Claim.

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