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In A Car Crash in a Work Vehicle; What Happens Next?

Accidents — something we all may experience at least once in our life whether it’s a fender bender or a major collision. Car accidents become even more complicated if they …

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Good Deed Gone Wrong – Injured While Volunteering

Most organizations need the help of volunteers to keep their business moving forward. But what happens if a volunteer is injured at work? Who is responsible? Is the company required …

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Workers’ Compensation 101

You may often hear about workers’ compensation on a commercial or on a billboard on the side of the road, but what is workers’ compensation? How might it apply to …

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Q&A with Evan Kline: I was injured during holiday shopping, who is responsible?

The month of December is the busiest shopping month of the year. With door-busting deals, more and more shoppers flood to their local stores and malls creating chaos for all. …

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How Defective Product Injuries Changed History

We all have sustained some sort of injury throughout our lifetime. However, an injury caused by a dangerous or defective product could leave more than just physical damages. The United …

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DIY Electrical Safety at Home Tips

In the day and age of the Internet, homeowners are leaning toward Google and YouTube to learn how to do home renovation projects. In a 2019 report, nearly nine in

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Injured at work – now what?

The unthinkable has happened – you were injured on the job. Under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, everyone who has suffered a work-related injury or has contracted a work-related illness …

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Repetitive Stress Injuries for Workers’ Compensation

Many believe workers’ compensation only covers work-related injuries like hurting your back while lifting a heavy object, slipping and falling on a wet floor or breaking an arm. While all …

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Boating Safety for Summer Fun

After being cooped up in your home for the winter season, you want to enjoy the nice warm weather with a boating and fishing trip. What could possibly go wrong? …

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Safety First: Firework Work Safety

When you think of the Fourth of July, you typically think of turning on the barbecue, pool parties and a day filled with dazzling firework displays. However, a day filled …

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