An accident at work causes a great deal of pain

I’m currently in a lot of pain due to an accident that occurred at work.

I was on my way to visit a property downtown that was interested in installing a full air filtration system in the building.

A lot of people have been worried about the indoor air due to the coronavirus and the wildfires. We’ve received a ton of calls for indoor air analysis appointments. One of those calls came from a bank downtown. The bank is located in a building that is almost 200 years old. It’s one of the oldest structures in the whole town. They called our indoor air analysis company to provide an estimate on installing a full air filtration system including air purifiers, UV air filters, and upgraded air filters. The bank hasn’t been open in a month due to the quarantine, but now they need to start offering full banking services. I went to the appointment to discuss the job with the building project foreman. After we hashed out the details, we agreed to meet for lunch at a local pub to sign the paperwork. I thought it was a great idea and the perfect excuse to enjoy a cold beer on the company dollar. Just as I was pulling into the pub, a truck ran a red light and crashed into the side of my work van. I was wearing my seatbelt, but I still hit my head pretty hard on the steering wheel. It’s been six weeks and I’m still experiencing painful migraines and headaches. It’s even starting to affect my job performance. Thankfully, they can’t let me go because the accident occurred on company time with company property.

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