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March 2014 Archives

Thrift store worker dies when gun falls out of donated clothes

Certain Connecticut jobs are more dangerous than others. Construction workers, for instance, deal with heavy equipment and have to climb tall structures. Still, accidents - even fatal accidents - can happen at all kinds of workplaces. When they do, they leave the injured and their families struggling.

Student injuries can fall through cracks of workers' compensation

Connecticut law requires businesses with one or more employees to carry workers' compensation insurance, but there are exceptions and exemptions. There are many types of employees and many types of employers who can fall through the cracks in the system, making it difficult for injured workers to get the benefits they need when they need them most. A dispute going on currently in a neighboring state helps illustrate the difficulties.

Two Connecticut workers hurt when car hits their trucks

Most Connecticut workers know that the state's workers' compensation system provides benefits for workers who are injured by on-the-job accidents, occupational disease and toxic exposure at work. Still, many workers may be unaware of the types of accidents that may be covered.

Two Connecticut construction workers die in electrical accident

Connecticut's construction workers deal with dangerous conditions every day. They routinely climb scaffolds, move heavy equipment over unpaved areas and perform other tasks that could easily lead to an accident and serious injuries. With proper procedures and careful planning, they can usually avoid these accidents. But when working with heavy construction equipment, these workers can experience all sorts of accidents that may not be so easily foreseen.

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