MB & A Sherman Oaks

September 2018 Blogs

MB & A Sherman Oaks

Commercial drivers suffer injuries from repetitive work

If you ask the average person what kind of injuries a truck driver risks as part of their profession, most people would rattle off common injuries associated with collisions. Statistically, truck drivers are less likely than the people in the smaller vehicle involved in a crash to get hurt in a collision. The biggest risks…

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Workplace accidents: 18-year-old dies when trapped in machine

Families who see their loved ones off to work in the morning, never to see them again, naturally experience incredible trauma. In many cases in California, fatal workplace accidents affect entire communities. Such fatalities seem even worse if the deceased worker is not even 20 years old yet, with his or her whole life ahead.…

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Do you believe you have grounds for a wrongful termination case?

There are many different forms of employment discrimination. Some companies discriminate in their hiring processes or in their decisions related to promotions and career advancement. Others may choose to terminate workers for discriminatory reasons. Losing your job is a disheartening experience, especially if you believe that discrimination played a role. Workers who lose their jobs…

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Workplace injuries: Slips and trips mostly caused by human error

Occupational slips, trips and falls remain at concerning levels. Based upon an analysis of a survey and the responses of approximately 1,300 workplace safety authorities in California and other states, it was determined that more than half the slip-and-trip incidents in workplaces could be due to human factors. Despite awareness programs and concerted efforts to…

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