Concussion harms brain at microscopic level | Concussions can’t be seen, only their symptoms can be detected. That makes these injuries among the trickiest in sports medicine to diagnose. And when the symptoms are vague, or minimized by a motivated athlete, the signs can escape attention entirely. As more sophisticated methods are deployed, brain damage is being found even in milder injuries that now don’t rate as concussions.
Nurse survey shows longer working hours impact on quality of care
Can You Sue Your Employer if You Get Injured at Work? Workers who are most-often injured are laborers; nursing aides, orderlies and attendants; janitors and cleaners; heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers; and police and sheriff’s officers. Usually, such injuries and illnesses are covered by the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. At other times, an injured employee can file a lawsuit.