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Why Should I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

January 25, 2021

After a personal injury, a victim has to deal with their recovery and other distressing factors. Though many injury victims shy away from filing lawsuits, engaging the services of a lawyer could be the most logical choice for several reasons.

Feeling intimidated is fairly common in people who are injured by another party’s actions.  » Read More

Are Remote Workers Concerned About Their Mental Health?

January 21, 2021

While working from home has its advantages, many remote employees are concerned about their mental health, according to a recent study by health insurance provider, Aetna International. However, not all mental illnesses are covered by Workers’ Compensation. In Pennsylvania, there are only three types of mental injury claims that workers can file.

Employee Perspectives

The number of people working from home has substantially increased since the start of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  » Read More

Who is Liable for a Car Accident on Black Ice?

January 19, 2021

All drivers must follow the rules of the road and use reasonable care when driving to avoid injuring others. If a driver does not uphold this duty of care and someone else is injured as a result, they may be financially responsible for the victim’s losses. The law is clear when it comes to drivers who cause car accidents.  » Read More

Are There COVID-19 Protocols in the Construction Industry?

January 11, 2021

Over the past year, every industry has had to change the way it operates to protect its workers and the public. Guidelines for the construction industry vary widely by state. In some places, construction was designated an essential service and work projects continued, while in others, construction work was completely shut down. In Pennsylvania, there was a stop on all construction activities,  » Read More

What are the Most Common Work-Related Injuries?

January 5, 2021

Every employee is entitled to a safe workplace that is free of hazards; however, data on job-related illnesses and injuries reveals that work is a dangerous place for many Americans. The United States Department of Labor (DOL) reports that 2.5 people suffer from non-fatal work injuries and illnesses, and more than 5,000 are killed at work every year. The key to preventing devastating work injuries is knowing how and why they happen.  » Read More