It Costs an Arm and a Leg: Workers' Compensation by

'Some jobs are much more labor intensive and dangerous than others, so it's important to consider what kind of workers’ compensation is available in your state. For this data visualization, we took a look at the number of work-related fatalities in each state in 2014 and tracked whether that state cut, raised or kept their workers’ compensation benefits the same. We then identified the most common job in each state during 2014 to see if states with a high amount of work-related deaths were more likely to cut workers’ compensation benefits.'