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Archive for "Workers' Compensation"

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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Future of medical marijuana and workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania: Q&A with Attorney Drew Gannon

In April 2016, Gov. Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 3 into law, known as the Medical Marijuana Act (hereinafter “MMA”), which will begin the process …

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It Costs an Arm and a Leg: Workers’ Compensation [Infographic]

9.2 billion tons — that is how much freight is moved across the country each year according to the American Trucking Associations. To get …

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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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Most Common Mistakes of Those Injured at Work: Q&A with Attorney Dean Dominick

Attorney Dean Dominick Injured at work? Listening to your employers’ recommendations on what to do next might be most beneficial for them, but not always for you. Your …

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