Warehouse Workers Face Serious Injuries

If your occupation involves any level of manual labor or interaction with heavy equipment, there is some risk of injury involved. For those who work in a warehouse, they face even more risks — and not always in the most obvious of ways. While this, undoubtedly, isn’t news to anyone with a warehouse job, it’s…

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Amazon Is Not Safe From Product Liability Claims

Large corporations such as Amazon have gotten around typical legal red tape and requirements for years by using a team of attorneys to craft very specific language and disclaimers. Examples of this are everywhere, from advertisements on television to the phrasing on the sites themselves, and when paired with a great amount of financial success…

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Get Medical Help After Any Fall: Better Safe Than Sorry

No one likes feeling like the Boy Who Cried Wolf, but there are some injuries no one should try to walk off. It is no matter of toughness or pain tolerance, just that certain traumas can get worse very quickly without immediate medical attention, and may not even be noticeable without it — until it…

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Types of Truck Safety Equipment That May Reduce Accidents

Driving semis, rigs, 18-wheelers, box trucks, and any other type of truck of any size is dangerous. Oklahoma City truck drivers need a commercial driver’s license to drive most types of heavy trucks because of the dangers. Trucks have blind spots which make it difficult to see around all sides of the truck. The cargo…

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Common Defenses in an Oklahoma City Premises Liability Case

Property owners across Oklahoma have a duty to ensure the people who use their premises are safe. Owners should regularly inspect the floors, shelves, parking lots, and every inch of their property. Owners need to anticipate that floors may be wet, sidewalks cracked, drainage poor, carpets torn, and lighting inadequate. When they do not, they…

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The Dangers of Drugs and Truckers

There are many dangers on the road – animal crossings, debris in the way, mechanical difficulties while driving, other drivers, and so on and so forth. When it comes to other drivers around you, we all know we can’t control their actions, so we must drive defensively and cautiously. This is especially true when it…

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The Effects of the Nursing Home Staffing Shortages

The pandemic has hit a lot of businesses hard. Customers and clients stopped showing up to protect themselves from the virus, and staff quit under the duress of burnout. As the pandemic has progressed, however, industries have seen workers and customers return as they’ve grown used to the new normal; industries, that is, save for…

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Injuries and Risks to Rig Hands in Winter Weather

Oil fields are a dangerous place to work. Rig hands not only have to deal with dangerous equipment, hazardous materials, and physically demanding work, but also the natural and often time savage weather that they have to work in. Oklahoma suffers not only from severe heat in the summer, but also freezing cold weather in…

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Distracted Driving Is Much Worse Than You Think

It’s fairly common knowledge that driving while distracted is a major cause of car accidents in America. Drivers who text, use their smartphone, eat, or look at a GPS system while driving are dangerous. Distracted drivers don’t have their eyes on the road, their mind on responding to traffic emergencies, and can’t physically react safely…

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