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VIAW Newswire 03.25.13

Posted on 15 May 2013 by admin

 

Suicides in the U.S. Military: An Epidemic; What about Workers’ Compensation?

….. What’s interesting is that the U.S. military keeps statistics on suicides, and when the numbers go up to alarming rates the hope is that something will be done to investigate. For years, workers’ compensation lawyers have heard about suicides from employees who did not get proper medical care, who could not handle the abuse that sometimes happens within the system, and who could no longer stand the pain of permanent injuries, disability and resulting depression. …..

Take Someone to the Doctor with You

Having a work injury is incredibly stressful. Sometimes when a worker is under stress, they won’t understand what a treating doctor is telling them, which leads to frustration and anger on the part of the worker directed toward the doctor.

http://workersinjuryrights.com/

I Filed For SSD on My Own and Got Turned Down – What Should I Do Next?

If you get a denial notice from Social Security after filing your application for benefits on your own, don’t be surprised.

http://workersinjuryrights.com/

How To Manage Worry Without Medication

For the last few weeks we’ve been talking about the very real medical dangers of worry. For injured or disabled workers, worry can add an additional and very significant burden on the body.

http://workersinjuryrights.com/

The Origins of Workers’ Compensation in the United States

This film is a great reminder that the workers’ compensation systems we work under today were created to correct issues with unsafe workplaces and the effects of injuries on the job during a time when workplace safety was not yet a reality.

http://workersinjuryrights.com/page/2/

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