Getting injured on the job can equal a devastating loss of ability to generate regular income. It often carries with it financial burdens. This means rising medical bills and rehabilitation for the injuries sustained. You will also want to know how this injury is going to influence your income going forward. The answer to this depends on what state compensation laws chooses to cover.
When people think of dangerous jobs, they think of firefighters, construction crews working on high rises and other occupations that are associated with a physically intimidating setting. Few think of sanitation, but it’s the fourth most deadly occupation in the country, after fishing, logging and aircraft.