Blog Posts in June, 2014

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  • Workplace injuries: Job insecurity can delay recovery, Part 2

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 26, 2014

    Last week, we discussed a matter that may be weighing heavily on many injured workers. Being rendered unable to work due to an on-the-job injury can cause a lot of stress. Time away from employment may increase anxieties about job security. In turn, that stress can delay recovery. Although workers are guaranteed to keep their jobs for 12 weeks, an important legal protection afforded by federal ...
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  • Workplace injuries: Job insecurity can delay recovery, Part 1

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 20, 2014

    In some cases, change can be a positive thing. On the other hand, change can create uncertainty and anxiety. With this thought in mind, it's pretty clear that job loss would fall into the latter category. Without a regular income, there is no guarantee that a person will be able to make ends meet for themselves or loved ones. A recently released study depicts the effect of potential job loss under ...
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  • Crash prevention: safety group offers input on automatic braking

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 9, 2014

    A science-fiction world in which spaceship-type cars fly effortlessly to their destinations still lives only in the imagination. To be sure, car design has improved somewhat since the more primitive earlier iterations of the industry. But safety recalls remain common and the automobile industry still has plenty of work to do in order to create safer cars. One area of such work involves the ...
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  • Drunk or drowsy driving: Both can be lethal

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 4, 2014

    By this point, a great majority of drivers probably understand that drunk driving is incredibly dangerous. Between criminal penalties and public awareness campaigns, this idea should be crystal clear. The reality is, however, that people continue to suffer the consequences of others deciding to drive under the influence -- and accident statistics demonstrate this. As we discussed in an article on ...
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