We're approaching one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. Thousands upon thousands of us will be driving to visit friends & family over the holidays, and with all of us on the roads, let's all be sure to show some extra care and concern when driving through construction zones.
Accidents at the workplace can occur at any time and in any fashion.
In a story out of New York...an employee of a nail salon suffered injuries after the sidewalk outside her workplace collapsed beneath her. She was preparing to open up the nail salon when the unexpected happened.
This weekend is our annual Loney & Schueller Christmas Office Party and it's always a fantastic time.
A common mistake when seeking your rightful workers' compensation is by only looking short-term. What about long-term? In the news article below, you'll read about how a hard-working employee got their hand caught in a dough maker. While, her injuries might only be short-term...what about the long-term effects. Will she be able to properly function at her job after this accident? This is an important factor when determining proper compensation.
Well, it took longer than normal...but the cold has finally arrived here in Central Iowa.
Unfortunately, we have had to deal with cases like this...
Commercial drivers, semi-trailer drivers, construction workers and others who load and unload trucks can be injured in a variety of ways on the job.
The investigation is still on-going in this workplace accident...