COVID-19 has drastically changed the landscape of our society. Besides stay-at-home orders, learning from home, and limited gatherings, additional stress affects employees who work from home or work in places deemed essential. Staffing decreases in both work-from-home and essential services lead to added stress and frustration. Balancing taking care of children at home and making… Read more »
What to Do if You’ve Been Injured on the Job Whether you were injured while operating heavy equipment, took a fall, or have developed a bad case of tennis elbow from years of construction work, Minnesota law provides for workman’s compensation to help you cover the costs. It’s important to seek the benefits you’re entitled… Read more »
Construction workers serve critical roles in our society, building essential infrastructure that delivers services to our communities, shelters our families, and develops our towns and cities. However, men and women in construction face innumerable risks and safety hazards that differ at every site they work and, at times, they are injured on the job. In… Read more »
Injuries On-Site When you work in construction or a similar trade, work related injuries happen, no matter how careful you are or how strict standards are on site. When you are injured on the job, the first thing your boss may want to know is when you can get back to work, but getting back… Read more »
When it comes to on-site safety, most injured Minnesotan construction workers have to rely on the state’s reporting system for a fair shake. However, if you’re wise enough to be a member of the Union Construction Workers’ Compensation Program (UCWCP), you have options. Utilizing a work injury lawyer can often be the best way to… Read more »
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