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May 2014 Archives

Police all over nation push for benefits for trauma survivors

Since the horrifying mass shooting at a Newtown school in 2012, Connecticut lawmakers have been hotly debating whether to expand workers' compensation benefits to cover psychological conditions suffered by police due to their traumatic on-the-job experiences. While this debate is tied intimately with state law, local politics and recent history, similar debates are going on in other states as well.

Construction worker falls to death when bridge collapses

Connecticut construction workers try very hard to make their work sites as safe as they can, and the State of Connecticut has many regulations designed to prevent construction site accidents. Nonetheless, construction sites remain inherently dangerous places.

Connecticut inspects circus after 9 hurt in trapeze accident

All kinds of workers in Connecticut can be injured in an accident at work. Construction workers and those who work with heavy machinery may be at a higher risk for certain kinds of accidents, but they are not the only ones facing the possibility of serious injury.

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