Iowa residents who have suffered through a traumatic event such as an accident, the loss of a loved one, traumatic injury, or abuse may suffer from physical injury. They may also suffer from mental injuries, which can be just as traumatic. Depression is common among survivors, and it can have a deep impact on a person's life.
Many Iowa residents may find it difficult to cope in their workplace when they have anxiety. There are ways people can manage their anxiety so they can get through every work day.
America continues to experience a significant shortage of commercial truckers. As many as 300,000 more drivers are needed to meet the increased demand. Our law firm recently published a SlideShare examining this shortage and its negative impact on the health of truckers who are being asked to push themselves harder.
As someone who works as a nurse in an Iowa health care setting, you may have firsthand knowledge of just how common violence against nurses has become in recent years. Chances are, you got into the nursing field because you had an innate desire to help others, but violent patients may be making it increasingly difficult to perform your typical job duties.
With the cold upon us, tick season is considered over for many residents of Iowa and elsewhere. However, as we at the Law Offices of Gallner & Pattermann, P.C., are aware, people with Lyme disease can suffer from this mysterious illness throughout the year. If you work in an industry that puts you at risk of exposure to ticks, you may be interested in reading this post.
When it comes to workplace injuries, you can say that the eyes have it. Half of all on-the-job accidents that occur in the United States involve eye injuries. It is estimated that around 2,000 workers go for medical treatment regarding their eyes each day.