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Sherry Foley & Tim Foley

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April 2018

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Observe Workers' Memorial Day

The best way to ease the pain and suffering caused by workplace injuries is to prevent them in the first place. Every year on April 28, we recognize Workers’ Memorial Day. This international day of remembrance honors workers who have been "killed, disabled, injured or made unwell by their work."

So join us in keeping the Workers’ Memorial Day slogan in your thoughts this year: Mourn for the dead, fight for the living. Click the link below and join a Workers' Memorial Day remembrance near you.

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Injured Workers Have Third-Party Option After Work Comp

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Work injuries are life-changing and still all too common in America. Injured workers wonder if they will ever return to work, how they will pay for extended care and rehabilitation, and who will pay the bills while they recover.

Today, workers’ compensation insurance is available in all 50 states and covers some medical care and lost income. But with workers’ comp benefits under attack and shrinking in many states, injured workers should not overlook possible third-party actions for additional financial support.


2.9 Million

Nearly three million people were injured in a workplace accident in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Cubicle Safety 101

Workin' nine to five in a cubicle is one way to prevent workplace injury and illness, but the office can still hide unforeseen dangers.



Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect, 2017 is a comprehensive report on safety and health protections for America's workers.

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