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December 2013 Archives

4 firefighters hurt in Pennsylvania house collapse

Workers all around the state of Pennsylvania go to work each day and encounter dangerous situations. These workers understand that without the right protection and care, they could very easily be injured. However, few employees put their lives at risk the way firefighters do. These government employees literally run into burning buildings in an effort to save lives. At any moment, the unthinkable can happen and firefighters can be severely injured in a workplace accident.

Court opens door to employer liability for late-developing ills

Every workplace has its hazards. Most of the time the threat to worker safety is easily identified and if a workplace injury occurs, provisions of workers' compensation coverage call for a pay-out of benefits for medical treatment. Wage compensation is available in certain circumstances, as are death benefits.

Philadelphia Work accident site deemed illegal on all levels

There's a construction worker reportedly in an induced coma in a Philadelphia hospital right now, this after he suffered an electrical jolt early last week. According to officials with the Office of Licenses and Inspections, "Everything was being done illegally, without proper permits."

Jury awards man $10 million for disabling back injury

A 28-year-old man who experienced a disabling back injury at work was awarded over $10 million in damages in a personal injury lawsuit. The accident took place at a recycling plant where the man was delivering some papers that his employer wanted shredded. He suffered work-related injuries when a forklift driver employed by the recycling plant came around a corner in the workplace and moved a very weighty pallet of materials into him.

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