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Archive for February 2016

4 PA Driving Laws You May Not Know

travelChances are you feel fairly confident on your knowledge of PA driving laws. You know to obey posted signs including speed limits and stop signs. …

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What happens if you are laid off or fired after a work injury? Q&A with Attorney Drew Gannon

Drew P. GannonMany people are surprised to learn that employers generally do not have to hold a position for you indefinitely following an injury on the job. …

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Hitting the Slopes: Winter Sports Safety Tips

skierNow that we have finally seen some snowflakes this winter, hitting the slopes is tempting. Skiers, snowboarders, ice-skaters and others are slipping on their coats …

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Space Heater Safety Tips for Your Home

heatTemperatures are finally reflecting the winter season. As Central Pennsylvanians make warmth a priority in their homes, many turn to dangerous heat sources. While space …

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The Evolution of Motorcycle Safety [Infographic]

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Motorcyclists are on the road everywhere. While you may think wearing a helmet should be common sense, often you’ll find that many of them choose …

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The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

feature concussionIn recent years, NFL injuries have been front and center in national conversation.

Folks have long suspected that continually hitting your helmet against an opponent’s …

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