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How to File a Construction Injury Claim

If you work in construction, you understand that your risk of injury is very high. The construction industry has been called one of the most dangerous as injuries occur regularly. Even with many safety procedures, regulations and programs in place, injuries still occur simply because of the nature of the business. If you have been

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Who Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?

When you have been injured on the job, you may be concerned that you will be unable to provide for your family because you cannot work. You may be facing extensive medical treatments, wondering how you will be able to pay for them. Your injuries may be severe enough you believe you will need to

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What You Need to Know About Work-Related Stress Injuries

A work-related stress injury may be psychological or physical, both of which are compensable under workers’ compensation. Mental stress injuries can include post-traumatic stress disorder or other emotional issue caused by repeated work stress, while physical stress injuries may include carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive movement injury putting stress on muscles and joints. Physical

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Are Workers’ Compensation Benefits Taxed?

After you have been injured on the job and begin receiving workers’ compensation benefits, a large tax bill at the end of the year is something you don’t want to face. Since your benefits are paid based on your salary, you may be concerned that you will have to pay income tax on those benefits

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Is There a Difference Between a Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Case?

If you have been injured at work, you may wonder whether your injury is covered under workers’ compensation or if you will need to file a personal injury claim. There are several ways that a workplace injury is different than other types of injuries. Personal Injury and Fault In order to prove a claim for

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Hidden Causes of Workplace Injuries Revealed!

Workplace health and safety practices are put into place not only to protect your employer, but also to protect you from injury. Despite specific practices that are designed to prevent injury, accidents can happen, leading to a workplace injury. These injuries can be severe and have even lead to the death of employees. On the

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6 Types of Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Pennsylvania

Under Pennsylvania law, every employer is required to provide workers’ compensation coverage to their employees. The employer may purchase the coverage from an insurance company or self-insure their employees against injury. Workers’ comp is designed to provide a source of income if someone cannot work due to a workplace injury and to cover medical bills

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Pennsylvania’s Most Dangerous Jobs Revealed

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 175 workplace deaths in Pennsylvania in 2014. Some of these injuries were in jobs that many people expect to be dangerous, such as firefighters and police officers. Surprisingly, those two careers did not even make the list of the most dangerous jobs in Pennsylvania. Most Dangerous Jobs in

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Tasks Put Welders at Risk for Asbestos Exposure

Individuals employed in the welding industry are a high risk demographic for dangerous asbestos exposure and the resulting health complications. The dangers were completely unknown back in the 1970’s, so protective items actually contained the dangerous substance. Symptoms can take decades to develop, making it fairly common for career welders to see a new diagnosis

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Statute of Limitations – Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney Explains Why Time is of the Essence

The decision to pursue a personal injury lawsuit is not always an easy one to make. However, when you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to another’s negligent conduct, you deserve to seek recovery as allowed by law. When it comes to any lawsuit, there are certain laws called “statutes of limitations”

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