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The Dangers of Illinois Lakes and Waterways

By Randy Taradash
Thousands of people visit Illinois lakes and waterways every year to enjoy the many recreational opportunities that are available. Unfortunately, due to the dangers that surround activities like boating and jet skiing, accidents are a real concern. While some incidents result in minor injuries, many are much more serious and victims do not return home […]
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Do Current Illinois Laws Put The Interest of Insurance Companies Ahead of Workers?

By Randy Taradash
The weak oversight and laws currently in place make Illinois an attractive place for insurance companies to do business. There are 332 companies writing workers’ comp insurance in Illinois, more than there are in any other state in America. A report from the Illinois Department of Insurance found profits of workers’ comp insurance companies increased […]
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Do Uber Drivers Receive Workers’ Compensation?

By Randy Taradash
Uber drivers fill a unique niche in American society but determining whether or not drivers get workers’ compensation benefits has been difficult. Depending on the state, drivers may be considered independent contractors or employees. A worker compensation attorney in Crystal Lake can answer questions about a potential claim. The Rise of the Gig Economy According […]
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Exposed: The Most Dangerous Jobs in America

By Randy Taradash
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released its latest survey on the deadliest jobs in America, ranking logging and fishing as the riskiest professions. The BLS is an agency in the Department of Labor that is responsible for compiling and analyzing the myriad of data collected by the U.S. government, non-profit partners, and industry. […]
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When Employers Fail to Protect Against Fiery Risks

By Randy Taradash
Fires and explosions claimed the lives of 121 workers and injured thousands more in 2015. OSHA estimates that on average over 5,000 workers experience serious injuries from fires or explosions each year. The majority of these injuries and fatalities are caused when an employer or manager fails to adhere to proper protocols regarding the storage […]
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