FL Workplace Injury: What If You’re Self-Employed?


In the state of Florida, employers are required to carry worker’s compensation insurance in the event that an employee is injured. In those cases, worker’s compensation claims are pretty clear.


But more and more people are self-employed and do contract work or freelance work as their main job. What about them?


If you are self-employed, there are things to be aware of when

What Happens If You Slip and Fall at Your Florida Workplace?


Slip and fall injuries are one of the most common types of workplace accidents, and they are a risk in every workplace. In fact, slip and falls cause more than 25% of workplace injuries that lead to missed work.


Although many workplace slip and fall accidents result in nothing but injured pride, a slip and fall accident can lead to serious – or even

Seven Common Causes of Workplace Injuries and Fatalities   


Whether you work in law enforcement or data entry, every workplace has its own share of health risks and opportunity for injuries and fatalities. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 4,405 employees were killed on the job in the U.S. last year—that averages out to 85 deaths per week or over 12 deaths per day. A great deal more suffered injury or illness.