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Woman who lost daughters fights for law change in Oregon

A few years ago, an Oregon woman lost her two daughters in a tragic pedestrian accident which prosecutors attempted to try as a hit-and-run case. However, because of the way Oregon law was written, the driver who hit the girls and admittedly drove away from the scene ultimately avoided a criminal conviction.

Electrical cord dangers on construction sites

Before you and your co-workers begin the day's work, someone should have inspected every tool and piece of equipment that you will use, including the electrical cords and plugs. OSHA has developed standards for these that everyone on the construction site should know and follow.

Can I lose my job for filing a workers' compensation claim?

Like its sister states, Oregon's workers' compensation system is a no fault system, meaning that, generally speaking, no one is going to ask whether a work-related injury was due to the mistake or even the carelessness of the employee.

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