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    Tips for Returning to Work After Workers’ Compensation

    For workers injured on the job, their primary goal is to return to work. While some injuries make that impossible, injured workers often want to return to the job because work help gives them meaning and purpose. Workers’ compensation is very helpful for covering financial and medical costs while injured, but workers’ comp doesn’t take […]

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    Can You Sue a Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company?

    Workers’ compensation insurance helps protect injured employees and the companies they work for should an injury occur on the job. The insurance should provide coverage regardless of fault. It covers acute injuries, such as those resulting from falls on the job, as well as injuries that develop over time, such as repetitive stress injuries.  Workers’ […]

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    How Will an Independent Medical Exam Impact My Workers’ Compensation Case?

    When a worker in Pennsylvania is injured on the job, one of the first things they should do is seek medical attention. Medical care may involve immediate treatment by a staff nurse or a trip to an emergency room. More serious injuries may require more intensive medical procedures. If the injury is not serious enough […]

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    Returning to Work After Injury: What if I’m Not Ready?

    Returning to Work After Injury: What if I’m Not Ready? Understanding your rights after experiencing a work injury is important. When navigating employer demands, medical clearance, workers’ compensation rights and Pennsylvania laws, an experienced attorney can guide you through the process. Frommer D’Amico offers personalized legal advice and advocacy to help you protect your rights. […]

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    The Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S., Ranked

      Even a barista is at risk of burning a hand or suffering a slip and fall on the job, but some jobs are more dangerous than others. So, what are the most dangerous jobs in the United States? A study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) provides the answer.  We’ll discuss the […]

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