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  • What Is an Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?
    What Is an Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?

    Each year, there are approximately 17,500 new spinal cord injuries reported in the United States. These injuries often have a devastating impact on a victim’s personal life, career, and psychological ...

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  • Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination
    Construction Injuries: Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Termination

    Many injured construction workers are hesitant to file for workers’ compensation because they’re understandably afraid of losing their jobs. In theory, workers’ compensation protects employees by ...

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  • Which Injuries Can a Person File a Workers' Comp Claim for?
    Which Injuries Can a Person File a Workers' Comp Claim for?

    When someone sustains an injury while on the job, employees are entitled to workers’ compensation coverage. Workers’ comp is in place to assist paying for any lost wages, rehabilitation, medical ...

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  • Why Hire an Attorney Recognized by Super Lawyers®?
    Why Hire an Attorney Recognized by Super Lawyers®?

    Finding an attorney can be a challenging endeavor. You obviously want to retain legal counsel that will provide you with capable representation. One resource that you can utilize in seeking and ...

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  • What Do I Do If I'm Denied Workers' Comp Benefits?
    What Do I Do If I'm Denied Workers' Comp Benefits?

    Montana’s workers’ compensation insurance program is designed to provide immediate benefits for individuals who are injured at work regardless of the type of injury. However, there are certain factors ...

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  • Avoiding a Bakken Oil Field Construction Injury: Personal Protective Equipment
    Avoiding a Bakken Oil Field Construction Injury: Personal Protective Equipment

    Personal protective equipment (PPE) is worn by workers in the Bakken oil field to prevent or minimize construction injuries common to a particular work environment. According to OSHA , it's the ...

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