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Abuse in the Workers' Compensation Industry

"John Welder" gets something in his eyes while welding. He reports the incident immediately to his employer. There was no wash station, so the employer tells the welder to rinse his eyes with a bottle of water. When that does not solve the problem, John Welder says that he needs to see the doctor due to the ongoing pain. The welder's supervisor then yells at him, "damn it John, we better find that there is something in your eyes."

2 workers at California school injured in natural gas explosion

Vallejo officials reported that a natural gas explosion injured two maintenance workers employed at Vallejo High School on Nov. 14. The two individuals were working on the heating system in a classroom inside a building currently under construction at the time of the incident, authorities said.

Propane blast in California leaves worker badly injured

A propane truck driver was severely burned in a blast in Los Angeles just before 12:00 p.m. on Sept. 15. According to a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department, the man works for a company that transports propane to fill commercial and industrial tanks. The flash fire occurred at a scrap metal yard while the man filled a tank there, and he suffered burns all over his body.

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