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Archive for "Workers' Compensation"

Can my workers’ comp claim be denied because of my medication?

Suffering an injury on the job can be devastating. From missed work and wages to potentially years of recovery, workplace accidents can disrupt and change …

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Q&A with Drew Gannon: The Opioid Crisis and the PA Workers’ Compensation System

Drew P. GannonPennsylvania is navigating one of the highest rates of opioid overdose deaths in the U.S. In 2016, Pennsylvania faced 4,642 overdose deaths. Roughly 85 percent …

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Petition to Terminate vs. Petitions to Suspend Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Petition to terminate vs. petitions to suspend worker's compensation benefits.

For those who have been injured on the job, workers’ compensation benefits are essential. If an injury prevents you from earning your wages, your family …

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Home Health Care and Workers’ Comp

Who’s Liable When an In-home Caregiver is Injured?

As parents age, families are often faced with the decision to hire an in-home caregiver or move …

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Retail Safety and Injury Prevention

female employee in retail clothing store

Even seasoned retail professionals might be surprised by the extent of the risks to health and safety retail workers face. Indeed, researchers were shocked to …

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Q&A with Dean Dominick: Am I really an independent contractor, and why does it matter?

Dean V. DominickYou might have heard the term “independent contractor” when you’ve been brought on for a job, or maybe it’s what you call yourself. The term …

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Q&A with Jennifer Kline: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Decision

Recently, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued a monumental decision potentially affecting thousands of injured workers across Pennsylvania.

Workers’ compensation lawyer and certified workers’ compensation …

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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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