Month: February 2020

San Diego – Los Angeles Workers’ Compensation Blog

How do you prevent scaffolding injuries?
California construction workers often use scaffolding in projects. Scaffolding has the potential to be very dangerous. It is important to use scaffolding with proper safety precautions in mind. Supervisors and workers alike can also do many things to help improve the safety of these. The United States Department of Labor looks at crucial components of scaffolding […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| February 28, 2020

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Detailing the Fatal Four
Many people in San Diego may choose to forgo the confines of a typical office setting when choosing their career paths and instead opt for a job that allows them to work in a wide range of environments. The construction industry offers this, which is no doubt why its popularity amongst those entering the workforce […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| February 25, 2020

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What should you know about carpal tunnel syndrome?
California workers tend to strain their hands and wrists. This is often a result of falling into patterns of repetitive motion. If you repeat a motion often enough, it can lead to repetitive stress injuries (RSIs). One of the most well-known RSI is carpal tunnel syndrome.  Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) impacts workers in a way […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| February 3, 2020

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