We all work hard to provide food, shelter, clothing, and the like for our families. And most of us don’t have the savings built up in the event we’re injured on the job. You might think that, if you work behind a desk or in retail, you don’t work in a “dangerous” industry, but anyone…

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Working for the railroad in Alabama and anywhere else in the country is a dangerous job. There are so many different injuries you could suffer that can put you out of work for an extended period, preventing you from providing for your family. In 1908, the United States Congress passed the Federal Employees Liability Act…

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Hundreds of thousands of workers in the state of Alabama have experienced exposure to asbestos in their daily jobs. This includes workers in various industries, as well as those in the U.S. military and civilians providing support for military operations. Many of these individuals have developed asbestos-related diseases over time such as mesothelioma. These workers…

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It is generally accepted that construction work is some of the hardest work there is – and some of the most dangerous, too. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) even has a “Fatal Four” list for construction workers, aimed at helping companies keep their workers alive. We have no doubt that construction work can…

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