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Posted On 08.21.11 by in Blog
It does not matter how long you have been a practicing lawyer—you’re always on the lookout for new sources of safety information. Whether representing workers or consumers, personal injury lawyers must keep abreast of the state of the art of safety. We want our clients to be informed as well.
Among the links on the CRSC site is one to Maryland’s Injured Worker’s Insurance Fund. Although the IWIF site is directed to employers, the general public can use the site, too. There, one can find an even greater wealth of safety sheets setting forth in plain English (and Spanish) good practices on many subjects, such as ladder safety, dealing with ice, driving safely, and power tool safety. There are many more. IWIF’s safety sheets set forth standard practices in many areas, and are a great place for us as personal injury lawyers to start as we evaluate and prepare your case. They also make nice trial exhibits.
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