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Work Accidents Rasansky Law Firm December 23, 2015
Offshore Oil Platform Explosions
Jeff Rasansky February 18, 2016

Has a loved one suffered serious injury or a wrongful death following an oil rig explosion or blowout? Oil rig workers face unique dangers in their line of work on a daily basis. On top of having to be away from their loved ones for long periods of time, these individuals work in some of…

Texas Construction Accident Statistics
Jeff Rasansky December 11, 2015

The statistics on construction work accidents are rather alarming in Texas, as well as throughout the United States. While there is no doubt many of these accidents are just that—accidents—the majority of construction work accidents are actually preventable. Most construction worker injuries are the result of either carelessness, lack of proper training, or unsafe work conditions. Statistics…

Dallas FELA Lawsuit Attorney
Jeff Rasansky October 9, 2015

What is the difference between Workers’ Comp and FELA? While workers’ compensation exists for most workers who are injured on the job, federal railroad workers are covered under what’s called the Federal Employer’s Liability Act. Most workers who are injured on the job are at least partially covered by workers’ compensation insurance, which most employers are required to provide…

Kroger Premises Liability Ruling
Jeff Rasansky August 13, 2015

Employee’s slip and fall injury lawsuit leads to clarification of premises liability law in Texas. The Supreme Court of Texas recently ruled that employees who work for one of the approximately 144,000 Texas businesses that do not have worker’s compensation insurance cannot seek compensation if they are injured due to a known premises defect. On the surface, this…

Jeff Rasansky December 23, 2015

This week, we talked about the five most important things to do after an on-the-job accident in Texas. Number three on the list is keeping a record of your medical issues, treatments, and doctors’ visits. What medical information should you save in case you need to file a Texas workers’ compensation claim or a Texas…

Jeff Rasansky August 8, 2014

A 65-year-old grandmother, Gloria Rodriguez, fell to her death down an elevator shaft at the hotel where she worked as a housekeeper, leaving family members asking questions about the historic San Antonio Hotel Crockett’s elevators. At first there were no clear explanations. There are theories floating around about what happened – but the dominant one is…

Jeff Rasansky August 8, 2014

Workplace injuries sometimes should come as no surprise to the people who suffer them. You may have an employer who asks you to take too many risks and, understandably, end up taking those risks for fear of losing your job. The truth of the matter is, however, that no employer has the right to ask…

Fatal Car Accidents in Dallas
Jeff Rasansky December 23, 2015

The 2009 Texas worker fatality statistics have been announced for 2009, and the news is not good. Last year, the worker fatality rate in Texas rose 3.6 percent, with 480 people dying in on-the-job accidents across the state. Many authorities have tied this new worker injury information with the recent recession and national economic troubles,…

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