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Workplace Injuries And How They Relate To The Opioid Crisis

The United States as a whole has a significant problem with prescription medication.  Estimates are that Americans consume seventy five percent of the world’s prescription drugs.  A large part of these prescription drugs focus on chronic pain management.  Doctors in the 1980s began prescribing opioids for those patients suffering from chronic pain under a mistaken assumption that prescription opioids had little potential for addiction or abuse.

A NJ Workers' Comp Case Has Business Owners Considering What Could Qualify As A WC Claim

As employers continue to take successful action to reduce their worker’s compensation claims, the question of how far worker’s compensation extends comes up fairly often.  Many people often believe it takes little more than an employee suffering an injury at the location of their employment for a claim to qualify for worker’s compensation.  The actual law in most states is more complicated than that, as a recent action out of New Jersey showed.