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Rogue Arrest

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Mario Seguro-Suarez fell head-first onto a concrete floor at work in 2003.  He went into a coma and was put on a respirator. After emergency brain surgery, Mr. Seguro-Suarez was unable to clothe, clean, or feed himself.  He displayed radical mood swings and was deemed incapable of working. Year after…

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Injured by a Corpse

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In odd news of the day, a woman suffered a back injury after a corpse fell on her.  That incident is probably bad enough on its own, but the victim ultimately lost her job because of it. The employee worked at the Portland Cremation Center and is now seeking $900,000…

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$80K Nebraska Disability Discrimination Case

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In September 2014, the Department of Correctional Services in Lincoln, Nebraska fired Lyle Hunter, a stationary engineer in the prison system’s Central Utility Plant, after he suffered two work-related injuries.  In the lawsuit that followed his termination, Mr. Hunter’s attorney argued that the Corrections Department violated the Nebraska Fair Employment…

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The Importance of Safety Walkarounds

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One of the best ways management can demonstrate commitment to a safe work environment is by conducting safety walkarounds periodically.  OSHA states that safety walkarounds serve two purposes: 1) to show that management is engaged; and 2) to allow managers to see firsthand how their company’s safety and health programs…

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