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How Negligent Hiring, Supervision, and Training Hurts Others
How Negligent Hiring, Supervision, and Training Hurts Others

When searching for new employees, businesses should be looking for the best candidates to complete the responsibilities of the open position. Of course, this is not always the case. Whether because of applicant dishonesty, employer desperation, or a number of other reasons, ...

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Blog posts in Workers' Compensation

  • Who is Responsible for Equipment Defects on a Work Site?

    People who work in industries that use heavy machinery on a daily basis — construction, manufacturing, transportation, and more — are especially at ...

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  • South Carolina First Responders Still Fighting for Mental Health Coverage Under Workers’ Compensation

    The current South Carolina workers’ compensation system covers physical injuries that are sustained while on the job. The existing policies are ...

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  • South Carolina Firefighters Hope for Workers’ Comp for Illnesses

    Firefighters in North and South Carolina are hoping their respective residences will follow the lead of 33 other states and pass legislation to ...

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  • April 28th Is World Day for Safety & Health at Work

    Each day, over 6,300 people from around the world pass away due to occupational accidents and work-related injuries, resulting in over 2.3 million ...

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  • Tax Season & Your Personal Injury Settlement

    Many Americans were concerned during the 2019 tax season because it was the first year their returns would be affected by the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act ...

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  • What Is a Blast Injury?

    Blast injuries are commonly – and understandably – associated with combat zones and military operations. However, they can also occur a little closer ...

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  • Construction Site Accidents: Preventing Fires & Explosions

    Construction workers face countless hazards every time they clock into work. In fact, there are over 700 construction-related deaths reported in the ...

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  • Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation After a Car Accident?

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 2,000 people are killed in work-related traffic collisions each year. This startling statistic ...

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  • Why Are Workers’ Compensation Claims Denied?

    In South Carolina, employers are legally required to carry workers’ compensation insurance so long as they have at least 4 regular full-time ...

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