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November 2014 Archives

Can you choose your own doctor to treat a workplace illness?

When an employee finds himself facing a work-related illness, the main concerns that arise immediately are ability to recover and finding ways to fund the new financial burden. Once the initial confusion subsides and details begin falling into place, additional questions may arise.

Fairfield police chief back at work following work-related injury

The Fairfield police chief has returned to work only two weeks after experiencing a work-related injury from a dangerous multi-car crash. The 49-year-old officer is taking the adjustment back to work one step at a time.

Bridgeport crash sparks sleep screenings to prevent work injuries

A string of metro derailments has brought attention to improving safety on the lines. One of the suggested improvements to reduce injuries at work includes an increase in sleep disorder screenings to reduce fatigue in train engineers and other employees.

Connecticut inspector struck by truck suffers workplace injury

An inspector from a Connecticut company was hospitalized with injuries sustained after being struck by a construction truck. The inspector was monitoring a construction project on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge connecting Staten Island when the accident and workplace injury occurred.

What if I need 'light duty' work after a work-related injury?

Recovering from injuries at work can be a painstakingly long process, filled with much confusion and fear. The prospect of possible lost wages during rehabilitation from a work-related injury can be daunting.

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