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Need help claiming after losing a limb in a workplace accident?

Georgia workers in industries where they are exposed to heavy machinery and equipment face life-threatening conditions on a daily basis. Losing a limb in a workplace accident is not uncommon in certain industries and can leave a victim having to adjust to a whole new lifestyle. In addition, he or she will likely experience financial anxiety -- not only about current medical bills, but also about future expenses related to an amputation.

Workplace accident causes death by asphyxiation of Georgia worker

Georgia workers rely on their employers to provide safe workplace surroundings that protect them against suffering workplace injuries. The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires company owners to comply with its strict safety regulations. In addition, they are expected to be proactive in providing safety training to employees and thereby minimize the chances of a workplace accident occurring.

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