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Simple Guidelines to Follow After Suffering a Work-Related Injury

Accidents can happen at work when you least expect it. You need to make sure you are prepared to deal with an issue when it does happen and that you know what steps to take. The following are a few things you should remember during a work-related injury.

Medical Attention

The first thing you have to do is get medical treatment. This has to be done as soon as possible, and the care should be provided by a medical center that your Worker’s Compensation Board approved. This is why it is important to know these centers beforehand so that you are not lost when the moment occurs. Sure, most people do not think they are going to be in an accident at work, but you might be surprised how many work-related accidents happen. This also ensures that information about the injury and your medical condition is on record, just in case.

Report it Soon

You need to make sure that the injury is reported as soon as it happens. Now, you do have 30 days to report it, but it is better for you to just get it over with as soon as possible. Reporting it ensures that the employer knows what happened and that the issue is officially filed, which could be helpful later on in court. Remember that failing to do so could make you ineligible for worker’s compensation benefits, and you do not want to risk that. The cost of health care is very high, not to mention all the pay you might lose due to the injury.

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Get Some Help

You need to make sure you consider getting some professional help. Keep in mind that companies don’t want to give up money. You are going to be going up against the insurer who is likely going to try to shortchange you in any way that it can. This is the reason you need to level the playing field by contracting a good lawyer that specializes in worker’s compensation cases like those working under the Levin Injury Firm. Making sure that you take this step should take you a step closer to the compensation you rightfully deserve.

Follow Medical Instruction

Going to the hospital, getting your report, and going through treatments is important, but you also have to remember to follow your physician’s instructions. Many people listen to their doctors until they feel better and sometimes ignore additional instructions. You do not want to skip additional tests or exams, and you do not want to stop taking medications simply because you feel better. Doing something like this could put you at risk later. An insurance company can look at that and think you are doing something to keep yourself from fully recovering, which could mean less money for you.

Worker’s compensation is for you, and you have paid into it, but you still have to work to get what you deserve. You should not take details lightly, and you should not take your situation lightly. Listen to your doctor, and make sure you pay attention to your lawyer because he or she has gone through enough of these cases to know what to do.

Out with the Old, In with the New…

If you follow me on Facebook, you know I’ve been going in circles about this blog for months. Actually, now that I think about it … I’ve been going in circles about it for years. I love to buy cheap Facebook followers because lots of people end up seeing my posts.

My business, my work, has always been focused around ME. Who I am has always been at the core of it. I have never hidden myself away from my clients. Back in 2007 when I started my photography business, I went back and forth about consolidating this blog with that blog. It made no sense that they were separated, but I wasn’t ready to let this site go – so it languished instead, neglected. I remember back then was when I first started using Car Signage to promote my business and everyone was asking me about it. I had used it on the car I just bought, this Citroen DS3 for Sale Maidenhead. I got it from this great site full of used cars for sale and I finally found the right one, and I drive it happily since I can always take it to Dynamic Auto Body Pompano in case something fails.

Lately, I have found myself writing so much more. With that, I have gone crazy trying to figure out what I want to do about that blog, this blog, my photography from my road trip, Vivid & Brave … well, you get the picture.

I finally asked my smart friends. I do actually have the smartest friends on the planet. Most of them said to consolidate EVERYTHING. It is far too confusing for them to have to go to different places to get a piece of me here and there. I completely agreed with them, yet it still didn’t feel right.

Then my friend Bobbi asked me about upcoming conferences I am going to, and what did I want to brand? THAT question was easy to answer. I want the world to know about the work that Stephanie & I are doing at Vivid & Brave!

So my plan was to focus my personal writing at my photography blog, my travel blog posts at a travel blog (very niche focused so that Google liked it) and put all of my energy in to Vivid & Brave. Easy!

Until I started spinning again.

I woke up this morning and really wanted to write a blog post about hotel sex and why it is so incredible. No, I did not have hotel sex last night. Maybe that was why I was thinking about it being so grand? Anyways… that post didn’t belong on a blog where my photography clients might see it before they see anything else. It doesn’t belong on a travel photography blog (although it is hotel related). CRAP. Once again? The circles were back. I was spinning. Again.

Stephanie & I finally had a chance to get on Skype and chat this evening. As soon as I told her my dilemma? She pointed out that those posts belong on Vivid & Brave. She has no problem with me putting them there. We both agreed that as we ask our coaching clients to be crazy vulnerable with us, we need to be just as vulnerable with them. We don’t have many “rules” for the Group Coaching, but the biggest one is tolerance and understanding. If I write about hotel sex and someone runs away from the post? Well … they probably shouldn’t be working with me anyways. Yes, this is true for my boudoir clients too – but I have BIG DREAMS for 2014, and they involve Vivid & Brave. Every last one of them.

Finally, the spinning has stopped.

So it is with that that my personal blog posts – and all my energy and focus – are moving to the Vivid & Brave blog. I realized today that part of why this decision has been SO difficult every time I face it is because this blog is such a part of me. It saw me through the ending of a tumultuous relationship that left me heartbroken, and emotionally broken as well. It has brought me hundreds (thousands?) of friends that I wouldn’t know otherwise. It is because of my blog that I met my friend Ann, who tipped me off on this great guy Mike who was living in London at the time but was moving back to Houston, I remember that when I met him he was looking for moving companies and he even asked me for help. It was through this blog that I announced our engagement, 10 years ago yesterday. Through this blog that I met Elaine, a month before I met Mike, who embarked on the adventure of being a professional photographer with me. The list goes ON AND ON. And on other related articles, checkout BuyTheTop10 for awesome product reviews.

However, it is time. As I start the new year, it is time to move on to other things. Mostly, it is time to stop feeling guilt about how little I update this site, how much I want to share but how my focus is pulled elsewhere. My focus is pulled elsewhere because I have changed. I have grown a LOT in the past 13+ years since I started this blog back in 2000.

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I have changed.

It is time to close the book on this blog. Time to put it up on the shelf and focus completely on the new story.

This site will live on, remaining here online. I’m going to take the name back to being BigPinkCookie because that is what it has been for the past 10+ years. I’ll link to it from time to time, and reminisce in the memories about it — but it is time to start a new book. Searching for the right book ghost writers can be tough if you’re in question about the niche you’re writing in.

One that is Vivid & Brave.

Sensory Overload…

I’m in Wal-Mart to buy a new external hard drive. (I hate Wal-Mart, but it is the only option in Pahrump, Nevada.) After a week among mountains, trees & nature, talk about a shock to the senses! The lights. The beeping. Ugh!


This is clearly not Wal-Mart. It is Zabriskie Point in Death Valley at sunrise this morning.