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What Is Silicosis?

More than two million workers across the United States are exposed to crystalline silica each year. Exposure to silica can cause silicosis, which is a serious disease that can be disabling and sometimes fatal. It is estimated that there are about three hundred deaths due to silicosis every year. Crystalline silica dust that is airborne and then inhaled has also been linked to other diseases such as lung cancer and tuberculosis. Silicosis is also commonly misdiagnosed as pneumonia and pulmonary edema.

Signs and Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury

Albert Einstein, arguably one of the biggest brainiacs in human history, once said, “Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” Like breathing, conscious thought should be ongoing throughout the duration of a person’s life, according to Einstein. So when a debilitating injury to the brain impairs normal function, in many ways, the life of the victim can be permanently altered.

Accident At Workplace Due To Employer Negligence

One can never judge when an accident at work will take place. Never forget that it could happen to anyone. In most cases accidents at work happens due to negligence of the employer.

How to Act Following a Car Accident

Road accidents are a common occurrence on Britain’s roads and, despite measures being introduced in recent years to deal with avoidable incidents, continue to cause serious injury to innocent parties. Whether it is a head on crash with another vehicle or a smash into a hedge due to poorly maintained roads, there are a number of procedures you must do to ensure the safety of you and others involved in the accident before exchanging insurance information, contact details, and moving on with any potential accident claims. Here is a brief guide advising what to do if you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault.

Injuries At Work And Employer Responsibilities

It is a contractual obligation of an employer to ensure health and safety of every employee while working. Regardless of the nature of the job and a place of work (whether in an office environment or on-site), it is the responsibility of the employer to ensure all employees are working in a hazard free environment.

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