Remembering the Victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire is a tragic and historic event that took place on March 25, 1911, in New York City. It is considered one of the deadliest industrial disasters in the United States and had a profound impact on labor rights and workplace safety. New York City recently unveiled a memorial dedicated to the…

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Another Day, Another Fatal Accident on I-83

If you live or work in South Central Pennsylvania (or Maryland), you know there’s no escaping I-83. It runs for about 85 miles, right up to the State Capital in Harrisburg. You also know that accidents along I-83 are sadly common. On October 17th, the stretch of I-83 near exit 47 shut down for seven…

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The Human Brain Takes Almost One Minute to Switch Between Tasks: New Findings Related to Distracted Driving

Most drivers are aware of the consequences of distracted driving. However, they continue to multitask while driving, causing many car accidents and collisions across Hanover, Pennsylvania and the rest of the country. One of the main reasons for this is false confidence, which causes people to think that they can successfully multitask behind the wheel.…

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New Fire Warning Issued by Kia and Hyundai

Recently and in the past, Kia and Hyundai have issued a lot of warnings and recalls due to fire risks. You are most likely thinking, “not another fire warning.” Regardless of how many warnings and recalls these car manufacturers issue, they still continue to have problems with fire risks. According to a recent article published…

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Workers’ Compensation and Third-Party Liability in PA

Workers who are injured while on the job are usually eligible to file for workers’ compensation benefits in the state of Pennsylvania. Most injured employees are aware of these benefits that will help them live and pay for their medical bills while they are out of work. However, many people do not know about the…

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Harrisburg Bus Crash Kills Three, Injures Dozens

Late on Sunday, August 6, a collision involving a charter bus carrying numerous passengers and another vehicle led to tragedy in Dauphin County. According to Pennsylvania State Police, three individuals lost their lives in the incident. The collision occurred shortly before midnight along southbound Interstate 81 at mile marker 74 within Lower Paxton Township. State…

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