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According to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, during the year 2014 more than 36,800 people were injured at work by slips and falls caused by snow or ice. That statistic does not include the tens of thousands of additional snow and ice fall injuries suffered by people at their homes, incidents that frequently go unreported but which nonetheless cause pain, loss of productivity, and that can lead to huge medical bills, not to mention long-term suffering during recovery.

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According to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, during the year 2014 more than 36,800 people were injured at work by slips and falls caused by snow or ice. That statistic does not include the tens of thousands of additional snow and ice fall injuries suffered by...