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Types Of Work Related Injuries

Injuries that occur on the job or directly related to a job are types of work related injuries.  Today employers are required to maintain worker's compensation insurance which provides for lost wages, medical and rehabilitation costs for workers injured on the job.  It also provides death benefits to a worker's beneficiaries in the event of a work related injury resulting in death.

The most common types of work related injuries include:

  • Burns caused by heat, caustic chemicals, electrocution or radiation
     
  • Bruises caused by blunt trauma to the skin
     
  • Fractures caused by trauma to the bones
     
  • Wounds caused by cuts, punctures and scrapes to the skin

 

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