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January 2014 Archives

Workers' compensation covers Pennsylvania woman stabbed by son

Workers' compensation rights can arise from many situations. Essentially, as long as an individual suffers injuries that arise out of and fall within the scope of the injured worker's employment, then compensation may be recoverable. The benefits provided by workers' compensation can be far-reaching, helping injured workers recover lost wages and pay medical expenses. This aid can be pivotal in allowing an injured individual to reach a full recovery and get back to work.

Bucks County construction worker injured when roof collapses

Construction work can be dangerous under any conditions, but it can be especially hazardous when unsafe working conditions exist. Whether an employer fails to properly train employees, provide safety equipment or check machinery, a lapse in the focus on safety can be treacherous for workers, putting them at risk of serious injury or death. Should one be unfortunate enough to get injured on the job, he or she should consider the legal options available.

Salt pile collapses, killing one Bucks County worker

Many of Pennsylvania's workers operate in environments that pose safety risks. Since employers are required to implement safety procedures and policies, many of these incidences are avoided. Yet, sometimes workplace safety is put on the backburner. Employees may be improperly trained, equipment inadequately checked and safety procedures inappropriately implemented. When this happens, serious injuries or death can occur.

Changes possible for football players' workers' compensation

Football is one of America's greatest past times and is often the focus of news coverage based on the games and their players. It has lately been in the spotlight for a more contentious issue: the impacts of injuries on football players throughout Pennsylvania and the rest of the country.

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