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Month: April 2015

Paralyzed Rider Spurs Trek Bicycle Recall

An accident that left a cyclist in a wheelchair has spurred a Trek bicycle recall of nearly a million of the company's bicycles. The product recall covers bicycles manufactured from 2000 to 2015. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued...

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Study: Permanent Workplace Injury Leads To Higher Premature Death Risk

A Canadian research study showed that workers who suffer from a permanent workplace injury have a higher risk of premature death. The Toronto-based Institute for Work and Health sampled data from 19,000 workers who suffered permanent workplace injuries. The study...

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Former WWE Wrestlers File Worker Injury Lawsuits

While many viewers may consider the world of professional wrestling as “fake,” the allegations in a series of worker injury lawsuits against WWE are all too real. In January, two former WWE performers filed a potential class action worker injury...

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NY Court Examines Scaffold Worker Injury Lawsuits

Judges with the New York Court of Appeals examined how two scaffold worker injury lawsuits fit within the scope of the state's “Scaffold Law.” One of the scaffold worker injury lawsuits involved a worker who fell off a billboard while...

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