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Insurer warns about potential for more construction injuries

California, like many states, is experiencing a shortfall in highly skilled construction workers. Spending on construction and development exceeded expectations this fall for residential, commercial and industrial projects. In northern California, particularly after the wildfires, there are numerous high-priority projects to undertake and residential development is expected to spike. Developers, owners and contractors are in need of workers, and often must hire inexperienced or untrained people to fill positions. The labor demand is expected to exceed staffing levels throughout 2018 and beyond. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 800,000 jobs will be added to the construction industry by 2024.

Diagnostic tool could help identify CTE

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, is often associated with concussions among National League Football players. It is a degenerative and incurable brain disease caused by head trauma. In July, for example, researchers published autopsies of 111 former NFL players — revealing that 110 suffered from CTE. It has led to a far-reaching national discussion about the dangers of head trauma.

Are U.S. workers at risk of losing workplace protections?

workplace safety.jpgSince it is rarely discussed, many people are surprised to learn just how dangerous U.S. workplaces can be. In fact, according to a recent article co-authored by Kathleen Rest, the executive director of the Union of Concerned Scientists, and David Michaels, a professor at the George Washington University School of Public Health, 13 people die every single day in the U.S. because of hazardous working conditions.

5 reasons why you should speak with an estate-planning attorney

estate planning2.jpegMany people don't think estate planning is something they need to do, often justifying their decision by claiming they are too young or simply don't own many assets. However, regardless of your age or net worth, the truth is that you never truly know what will happen in the future, which is why you should at least consider putting a comprehensive estate plan in place.

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