Pond Lehocky's Occupational Safety Series: 8 things all injured police and law enforcement officers need to know

Posted by on 14 July 2016

There is no typical day for police officers, correctional officers or security guards. Interacting with criminals, suspects and the general public presents a constant stream of new challenges. More than 800,000 law enforcement officers risk their lives daily to ensure Americans’ safety1.

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Pond Lehocky’s Occupational Safety Series: Common construction site dangers that can cause work injuries

Posted by on 19 May 2016

The  construction trade is one of the most dangerous occupations 1, and workers can be at high risk for on-the-job accidents and injuries. Many different jobs fall within the construction industry, including: laborers, heavy machine operators (forklift operators, crane operators), cement masons, demolition teams, electricians, pipe fitters, plumbers, sprinkler fitters, steam fitters, welders, iron workers, painters, roofers, and more. There are over 252,000 active construction sites throughout the U.S. every day. Below are five essential safety tips workers in this industry need to know2

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5 Steps to See if You Qualify for Social Security Disability

Posted by on 27 February 2015

The Social Security Administration uses a five-step process to determine if someone is eligible to receive Social Security disability. See if you qualify using our quick checklist below:

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