Going to the dentist or doctor might not be the favorite pastime of many Americans, but these professionals provide critical services to families and individuals, and, like workers across industries, are exposed to unique risks in their workplaces.
“There’s a lot of intensity behind what they’re doing, so we do see people that are working sometimes in pretty stressful situations,” said AmTrust Financial Services’ senior vice president of workers’ compensation strategy Matt Zender, adding that common exposures include strain from repetitive motion and pricks from scissors, needles, and other sharp objects. “It’s not an industry that is without hazard, but it is an industry that we’re very favorable towards.”
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