Every job can result in injuries. Sometimes, it's the very people who are there to protect others who end up getting hurt.
When a construction team is at work, it's important that everyone is focused on the job at hand and making sure the equipment is safe. Whenever an error is made, there is a real risk that someone could get hurt or that a person could be killed.
Before you became a nurse, you probably considered the workplace hazards that come with the job. After all, nursing, like firefighting and law enforcement, is high up on the list of most dangerous occupations nationwide, including Missouri. Some people say nursing is a calling, a job meant for a special kind of person because of the multiple work-related hazards with which they deal daily.
Drivers need to pay attention on the roads. They need to watch where they're going and to give themselves enough time to make turns without forcing other traffic to slow down. Unfortunately, people are prone to human error, and those errors can result in significant collisions.
You and your children were traveling back from their school when you saw it: A large truck was heading toward you and was not slowing down. As that vehicle approached quickly, you looked for anywhere you could get out of the way, but there were no shoulders or areas where you could move out of the lane. As a result, you ended up in a head-on collision with the truck to put as much distance between your children and the vehicle as possible.
If you want to obtain Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you will need to fill out an application and wait for an approval. If you receive a letter of denial, you might be surprised and frustrated. The letter will have information on why your request is being denied, which can be helpful when making an appeal.