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Archive for "Workers' Compensation"

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 …

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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 …

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Q&A with Drew Gannon: What to do if injured in another state for work

Being injured on the job can cause not only physical pain but also frustration. Additional frustration and confusion can be caused by being injured on …

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Q&A with Jennifer Kline: I’ve been laid off and was on work restrictions for a work injury. Am I entitled to workers’ compensation benefits?

In a time of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, unfortunately, many Pennsylvanians are seeing layoffs and furloughs. By mid-March, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor …

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Q&A with Dean Dominick: Eligibility for Additional Benefits While Filing for Workers’ Compensation

The unthinkable has happened – you have been injured on the job and cannot continue working. Now what? Filing for workers’ compensation is the first …

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Q&A with Jennifer Kline: My Workers’ Compensation Claim was Denied: What are My Follow-up Steps?

Attorney Jennifer Kline Headshot in front of booksThe unthinkable has happened — you have been injured on the job. To make it worse, although you took the proper steps to report your …

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I Slipped Walking into Work – What Should I Do

Slip and falls are one of the top three leading causes of preventable injury-related fatalities and account for 31% of all preventable nonfatal injuries. If …

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5 Safety Tips for HVAC Technicians this Summer

HVAC technicians are exposed to hazards such as deadly chemicals, unprotected wires, sharp tools and toxic inhalants on a daily basis. As a result, these …

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Navigating Workers’ Compensation Guidelines in Your New Trade Career

Working within the trade field requires a lot of physical activity. There is a good chance that at some point during your career, you or …

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American Heart Month Creates Awareness for Pre-Existing Conditions and Workers’ Compensation

Valentine’s Day isn’t the only reason to think about “hearts” in February. February also brings awareness to heart disease as it has been coined American …

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