Want a High-Paying Job? Take Advantage of the Skilled Trades Gap

Want a High-Paying Job? Take Advantage of the Skilled Trades Gap

If your daughter or son could get a job without going to college and earn a starting salary of over $50,000, would you want to know more about the opportunity? Most parents would say yes―but many parents are actually saying no. College Costs Continue to Rise For years, high school graduates have been bombarded with […]

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5 Additional Questions about Permanent Partial Disability

5 Additional Questions about Permanent Partial Disability

In a recent blog post we answered five frequently asked questions about Permanent Partial Disability, a benefit that injured workers sometimes qualify for which is separate from a workers’ compensation indemnity award or settlement. In this post, we dive a bit deeper to answer some additional questions that may arise when you’ve suffered a work […]

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National Burn Awareness Week: February 4-8

National Burn Awareness Week: February 4-8

You’ve likely experienced a sunburn or accidentally touched something hot enough that you recoiled in pain. While those incidents represent minor burns, they provide a good basis for understanding how devastating burns can potentially be. Burn injuries can cause debilitating pain, disability and disfigurement. To bring attention to the danger burns present and offer prevention […]

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Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Twice each year – at 2 a.m. on the second Sundays of March and November― 48 of the 50 United States participate in a time-shifting phenomenon known as Daylight Savings Time (DST). The result is that when you awaken on Sunday morning, November 5, we will have set our clocks back by an hour to […]

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Driver Deaths Rise as Economy Recovers

Driver Deaths Rise as Economy Recovers

On May 25, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) came out with an alarming announcement. As the economy improves and more workers are regularly driving on our nation’s roads and highways, the driver death rate is predicted to rise. With current expectations for the economy to continue its recovery, the IIHS expects driver death […]

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