Social Media and Your Workers’ Compensation Case

    Social media has become an everyday part of life. You proudly post pictures of your kids and update your profile photos regularly. But did you know that anything you post on social media could be used in your workers’ compensation case? Your employer and its insurance company may monitor your accounts to make sure you […]

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    Can I Be Put Under Surveillance After Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim in PA?

    If you receive workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania, you may be put under surveillance. Insurance companies worry about being defrauded. They might assign someone to keep an eye on you at your house and follow you wherever you go to ensure you are not lying about your injury or state of mind. They may be looking […]

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    Selecting the Right Workers' Comp Lawyers

    How to Choose a Workers Compensation Attorney

    If you’ve been injured on the job, and you plan to file a workers’ compensation claim, it’s a good idea to hire a workers’ compensation attorney to work with you on your claim. Hiring an attorney can sometimes make the difference between having your claim approved, or if it is denied, making a successful appeal. […]

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    Effective Tips When Asking for a Raise

    Wondering how to ask for a raise? Increasing how much you earn can have a big impact on your quality of life and your ability to pay the bills. But for many people, asking for promotions or raises can be challenging. These effective tips can help you when it’s time to ask for a raise: Prepare […]

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    Common Workplace Injuries and How to Prevent Them

    While many people talk about “workplace accidents,” many types of work injury are in fact quite preventable. Knowing how to prevent serious workplace incidents can reduce your risk of injury and can help you create a safer workplace at your company. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the World Health Organization […]

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