Law Wire News Hotel Workplace Injuries More Common Than In Many Other Jobs

May 24th, 2012

Working in a hotel can be a challenging job, as staffers scramble to keep guests happy. Hotel work has its rewards for those who like to stay busy on the job and meet individuals from all walks of life.

The hotel industry, however, can pose serious risks for workers. Hotel workers actually have an injury rate 25 percent higher than all service workers, according to studies. And while some hotels may appear glamorous to visitors, the work can be gritty. If you or someone you know was injured at a hotel, talk to a workers’ compensation lawyer. Most on-the-job injury attorneys provide free consultations. See: Workers Compensation Attorneys

Housekeepers experience the most on-the-job hotel injuries, according to a study published recently in The American Journal of Industrial Medicine.

Most housekeepers are women, and research shows they are 50 percent more likely to be injured than men who work at hotels. Researchers even found that Latina women are twice as likely to be injured compared to white women working as housekeepers.

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Legal NewsThe Herrera Law Firm Inc ask drivers to watch out for motorcycles

April 20th, 2012

The San Antonio personal injury lawyer at The Herrera Law Firm, Inc. urge drivers to keep an eye on motorcyclists, who are vulnerable to serious injuries in wrecks.

The Texas Department of Transportation reports that 87 percent of motorcycle accidents result in injuries or death to the rider. People on motorcycles are five times more likely to sustain injuries and 25 times more likely to die in a wreck than people in cars, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Continue reading »

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Law News Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer Reacts To Alarming Study About Teen Car Accidents

January 29th, 2012

Teenagers have the highest car accident rate of any group in the United States, and a recent study reveals just how dangerous new teenager drivers can be.

Philadelphia accident attorneys Flager and Yockey urges parents of teen drivers to take note of a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Researchers found that teen drivers are about 50 percent more likely to crash in the first month of driving than they are after a full year of experience driving on their own. Furthermore, the young drivers are nearly twice as likely to become involved in an auto accident as they are after two full years of experience, according to the study.

At the Law Offices of Flager Yockey, the personal injury lawyers in Philadelphia, PA., have seen the impact of serious car accidents first-hand. A car accident involving a teen-ager can be particularly traumatic, and result in significant losses, both emotional and financial. According to information on the law firm’s website, www.flageryockey.com , there are more than 30,000 fatal car accidents and millions of injuries due to car wrecks each year in the United States.

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