When you think of white-collar jobs, you think about the hum of overhead florescent lighting, cubicle farms with nice ergonomic desk chairs, and the steady click-clack of keyboards. You don’t think about dangers that might lead to serious injuries. The office is quiet. The office is safe. This is not like working a blue-collar job on a construction site or in a steel mill. But you’d be wrong. White collar jobs also have its share of risks that could lead to serious injuries that might involve a need for a workers’ compensation lawyer. Here are some of the most dangerous tools and equipment in the white-collar workplace that might result in serious injury:

Flooring

Flooring issues such as loose carpets, wet floors, or too much clutter on the floor can cause any white-collar worker to trip and fall, which may result in a serious injury. A workspace floor that is in...
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