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Workers’ compensation can seem like a straightforward system: if you are injured in a workplace accident or suffer a work-related illness, you qualify for benefits. Of course, there are many areas of the system that can become complicated. With the rising popularity of remote work — and a massive national workforce that suddenly began working from home during the pandemic and lockdown orders — an important question is raised.

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While many work-related accidents happen on a job site, such as a construction site, office, or store, car accidents are one of the leading causes of workplace accidents. If you were injured in a traffic accident while riding in a vehicle or driving for work-related reasons, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.

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Construction sites are one of the most dangerous work environments in the United States. Every year, there are about 150,000 construction site injuries across the United States. Construction also accounts for 21% of private industry workplace fatalities.

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Central and South Florida are two of the United States' largest tourist destinations and contribute a great deal to the local economy. More than 188,000 people in Florida are employed in hotels and motels, a sector that has only been growing for the last two decades. Hospitality is largely focused on customer satisfaction and workers face a great deal of pressure to deliver services and amenities to keep guests happy. During the course of their work, many hotel employees, including housekeepers, front desk workers, and kitchen staff, incur serious injuries.

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An injury or accident can happen at any workplace and restaurants are no exception. While construction sites are known for their inherent dangers, restaurant workers are also at a high risk of being hurt on the job. In fact, of the 2.9 million workplace injuries that were reported in 2015, 2.8 million or 97% occurred in service industries. This includes restaurants and bars.

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Workers’ compensation is designed to compensate injured workers for injuries that are work-related. While these injuries often occur at an actual job site, such as a construction site, restaurant, hotel, or store, many work-related injuries occur beyond the employer’s premises.

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Even with safety measures in place, warehouses are dangerous work environments. There are more than 800,000 warehouse workers in the United States with tens of thousands of accidents reported each year. Slip and fall accidents and forklift accidents account for most warehouse injuries but workers may also be hurt when they are struck by an object, crushed between objects, or even electrocuted.

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