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April 2015 Archives

Can an employee refuse to work due to unsafe working conditions?


Most Worcester residents assume that when they go to work each day, they will be safe from imminent danger. Still, certain industries carry with them certain risks, and unfortunately unsafe working conditions and even fatal accidents can occur in any type of workplace. In some instances, a worker will take notice of unsafe conditions and will understandably want to avoid doing a particular task until the problem is remedied. However, refusing to work due to unsafe conditions is typically a worker's right only if there is an "imminent danger," or good reason to believe there is such a danger.

Threat of animal bites not restricted to certain breeds


With warmer weather right around the corner, many Worcester residents are likely to be out and about in the coming months. Once temperatures rise, local walkers, joggers, bicyclists and children tend to be out in full force. In addition, those with pets, especially dogs, are also likely to be sharing space with all of the above, leading to the risk of dog bites and injuries.

What is a brachial plexus birth injury?


A baby being born in Worcester is supposed to be one of the happiest events of the parents' lives. Unfortunately, many forget that medical complications can result for both the mother and the child. Sometimes a birth injury can happen naturally and it's no one's fault. At other times, however, there is a doctor error that occurs, leading to the issue. The aftereffects can be long-term or short-term. They can lead to major medical expenses, significant treatment and the need for constant care.

Study discovers link between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraines


Being injured on-the-job could be a very serious situation. Employees and employers in Massachusetts should be aware that they could suffer a work related injury even if it is not due to a work accident. In some occupations employees are required to do repetitive work, which could lead to work-related injuries. This could result in even more serious conditions, causing workers to be out of work.

Survey of pedestrian accidents and ways to improve their safety


As the weather begins to warm up, more and more residents are spending time outside. While warm weather is not the only reason why residents would be traveling by foot near roadways, it is a time where there is an increase of pedestrians seen on sidewalks in cities, in parks and in residential areas. Whether an individual is walking on a sidewalk, at the edge of a road or in a parking lot, anytime a person is walking in the area where vehicle are present, there is a risk of an accident occurring.

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