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Generally, any injury you suffer in a workplace situation may qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. This includes not only those tasks that are part of your job description, but also may cover injuries at workplace social events and certain examples of travel on company time or in a company car.

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Often, people think of a construction site or a blue-collar job which requires heavy lifting when they think about workplace accidents. However, these accidents can occur in all sorts of fields, and those who work in dentistry are exposed to many risks.

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When a resident in Alaska decide it is time to create or update their estate plans, one of the things they will need to address is the identification of an executor for their will. This is a decision that should not be taken lightly as being named an executor of a person’s estate is not a privilege but a responsibility.

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Employees who engage in a lot of physical movement risk injuring themselves while on the clock. The state of Alaska allows individuals who suffered a debilitating injury or who developed a disease as a result of dangerous chemical exposure to seek financial compensation.

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Workers in Alaska and around the country sometimes sustain injuries on the job. An injury at work could cause a short-term or long-term disability and prevent an employee from being able to do the job.

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