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August 2014 Archives

Trucker dies in workplace accident at PA loading dock

Earlier this month, a 56-year-old truck driver from Texas was killed in South Middleton Township after getting caught between two tractor-trailers at a loading dock. The unfortunate workplace accident is now under investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Organization, the details of which are not currently being released.

Court rules in favor of injured employee wrongly denied workers' comp

Employers are not always cooperative when it comes to compensating injured employees. This is evident from a recent case in Pennsylvania. The case involved a former employee who apparently injured his eye during a fall which occurred as he was in the process of removing personal belongings from a company vehicle after having quit. The fall occurred on company premises and was witnessed by a manager who later refused to approve a physician referral request because the injury allegedly occurred when the man was no longer an active employee.

Be aware of employers who don't cooperate with workers' comp claims, P.2

In our last post, we began with the topic of employers who refuse to cooperate with injured workers who file for workers' compensation claims. The first case we discussed involved an employer who lost on appeal. In this post, we'll talk about a recent case in which the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled in favor of an employer.

Be aware of employers who don't cooperate with workers' comp claims, P.1

When it comes to workers' compensation, employers do not always cooperate with employees seeking to file a claim or with other aspects of the process. In this and the next post, we'll look at a couple recent Pennsylvania court cases which highlight this issue.

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