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May 2013 Archives

Pennsylvania opioid abuse rated high by workers' comp group

It is a fact of medicine that a large measure of the work involved deals with managing pain. Despite increasing emphasis on preventive care and regulations governing workplace safety, workers injured on the job in Pennsylvania often find themselves prescribed powerful pain killers. That practice is now coming in for increased scrutiny because of what is viewed in many quarters as an epidemic of opioid drug abuse.

Study: Courts swayed against injured workers by corporate cash

Justice is blind, or so the ideal holds. That's the message that is intended to be conveyed by the depictions of "Justice" that grace so many court houses around Pennsylvania and the other states of the union. They tend to show a woman holding scales and standing blindfolded.

Pennsylvania firefighters claim hearing loss from siren blare

Life has its risks. Just getting out of bed in the morning opens a person up to all sorts of dangers. It’s a reality that people just learn to expect and come to live with. Most people in Pennsylvania don’t think too much about it. But as a society, we know that there are ways to mitigate risk and that’s one reason why workers’ compensation is a universal reality in our state and across the nation.

OSHA aims to be sure work safety extends to temporary staff, too

It may be a widely held notion that the United States is something of a classless society. Most anyone in Pennsylvania with any real life experience would be likely to pooh-pooh that idea as nothing more than a myth. It’s pretty obvious that there are divisions of society along economic strata. Otherwise, there would never have been an “Occupy Whatever” movement.

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