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Archive for "Workers' Compensation"

Workers’ Memorial Day a day of solemn remembrance

On April 28, labor unions across the U.S. will gather to remember those workers who have died on the job, recognize the families and communities …

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Advantages and disadvantages of federal oversight of workers’ compensation: Q&A with Attorney Dean Dominick

Dean V. DominickJust last month, the U.S. Department of Labor released a report that recommended a federal role in the workers’ compensation system. The role would involve …

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Prevent Eye Injuries at Work

eyeAbout 2,000 eye injuries occur in the workplace each day. That results in more than 700,000 injured workers every year. Between 10 percent and …

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The Safest States for Workers’ Compensation

As Americans, we are presented with an onslaught of warning signs, flashing lights and a seemingly endless list of safety regulations every day. Most of …

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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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Top 5 Workplace Injuries

workplace injuryAccording to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BSL), over 1 million non-fatal workplace injuries requiring days off occurred in 2013. The total number …

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100 Years of Workers’ Compensation in Pennsylvania: A Peek at the Future

Through June, Katherman Briggs & Greenberg attorneys, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), will take a deeper look at the history

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100 Years of Workers’ Compensation in Pennsylvania: Today’s Law

Through June, Katherman Briggs & Greenberg attorneys, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), will take a deeper look at the history and

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Mother’s Day Attorney Spotlight: Jennifer Kline

j-klineProfileKatherman Briggs & Greenberg workers’ compensation attorney Jennifer Kline often spends her time outside of the office and courtroom as a chauffeur and cheerleader for …

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Celebrate 100 Years of Workers’ Compensation in Pennsylvania

100-anniversary-of-workers-copmensation-PAlThis year marks the 100th anniversary of workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania. On June 2, 1915, the act was passed guaranteeing an injured employee the right …

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