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November 2017 Archives

Injuries common among restaurant workers

As a California restaurant employee, you face unique workplace hazards that differ from those faced by others in America’s workforce. At the Law Offices of Hussain & Gutierrez, we have a firm understanding of just how debilitating restaurant workplace injuries often are, and we have assisted many hospitality workers who suffered on-the-job injuries seek appropriate recourse.

Hearing loss is the nation’s most common workplace injury

If you make a living in California working in, say, the construction or mining industries, you probably have some degree of knowledge about dangerous noise levels and how to protect yourself from workplace hearing loss. Regrettably, however, many American workers are failing to protect their ears on the job, and the consequences can prove severe. At the Law Offices of Hussain & Gutierrez, we are seeing more and more clients who need assistance after suffering workplace hearing loss, and we have helped many people seek recourse after suffering this and other work-related injuries.

Understanding “take-home” toxic exposure

The California Supreme Court rendered an opinion late last year that could prove to be a landmark decision in the realm of toxic exposure liability. As reported in the National Law Review, the Court held in the case of Haver v. BNSF Railway Co. that employers and premises owners have a duty to use reasonable care to prevent workers from being exposed to asbestos that they might reasonably be foreseen to carry home on their bodies, clothing or personal effects.

Dead trees posing a danger for California tree workers

The past few months have been difficult for the fields and forests all across California. To their dismay, residents have seen wooded areas die off in unprecedented levels because of drought, pest infestation and wildfires. Due to safety concerns, it is necessary to remove many trees after they die. Dead trees can create a public danger if they fall near parks, sidewalks, residences or power lines.

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