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Monthly Archives: March 2019

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What is an Idiopathic Injury and How Can it Affect Workers’ Compensation Claims?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

According to the International Risk Management Institute, idiopathic injuries are those that arise spontaneously and have no identifiable cause. Typically, the condition is a trait or disorder that is unique to the injured party and that could have arisen at anytime and anywhere regardless of in which activities the injured party participated. If an… Read More »

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Who is Liable When a Biker and Pedestrian Collide?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

You may hear a lot of about bicycle/car accidents or pedestrian/car accidents, but it is not every day that you hear about pedestrian/bicycle accidents. This is because, in a nutshell, these types of accidents do not happen often – but that does not mean that they are non-existent. Bicyclists and pedestrians cross paths all… Read More »

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Electrical Hazards At Construction Sites

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Construction sites are fraught with dangers, some more obvious than others. While most workers are taught to be wary of scaffolding, heavy machinery, power tools, and saws, many are not informed of the very real dangers of electricity. At least, those who do not regularly work with electricity are not. Yet, linemen and electricians… Read More »

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