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Archive for "Workers' Compensation"

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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Q&A with Dean Dominick: How has a sedentary workplace impacted workers’ compensation?

As U.S. jobs continue to evolve, more individuals are sitting at desks in front of screens. An estimated 86 percent of all U.S. workers sit …

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Q&A with Jennifer Kline: Why was my workers’ compensation claim denied?

Workers’ compensation insurance is in place so that employees can receive medical treatment and lost wages when they are injured on the job. Unfortunately, the …

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Death Star Workplace Injuries

Congratulations on securing a new position on the Death Star, the most advanced piece of planet-killing technology in a galaxy far, far away. While the …

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Q&A with Dean Dominick: What are the pros and cons of telemedicine related to my workers’ compensation case?

Dean V. DominickGoing to a medical provider’s appointment requires a decent amount of preparation and time to organize. From the initial phone call making the appointment to …

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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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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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