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OSHA mandates public disclosure of workplace injury accident data

Working people in Montana will have access to important information about the safety records of their employers and potential employers under a new rule promulgated this month by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Under the new rule, companies with 20 or more employees will be required to submit work injury and occupational disease information to OSHA, which will then post data related to individual employers on its website. 

How serious is a soft tissue injury from a car accident?


The range of injuries that can result from a car accident is almost limitless. Depending on the force of the impact, a car collision can result in anything from minor strains and sprains to catastrophic trauma like a brain injury or paralysis One very common type of injury sustained in Montana motor vehicle accidents is injury to the soft tissues of the neck and back.

Medical records are key evidence in a Montana car accident case


To recover compensation in a Montana personal injury case, injured parties must prove what damages they have suffered, including medical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering. One of the most critical pieces of evidence in proving damages is the injured person's own medical records.

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