cold-weather safety tips for outdoor workers

    Cold-Weather Safety Tips for Outdoor Workers

    The onset of winter in Pennsylvania typically means several months of cold, snowy weather — which can create hazardous conditions for employees. Snow, ice and freezing temperatures can pose a significant risk to outdoor employees who face exposure to the elements. Even individuals who work in factories, stores, offices and other temperature-controlled environments cannot escape […]

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    Ways Your Workers’ Comp Attorney Can Support You After An Injury

    If you have suffered a work-related injury, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation, which offers you wage loss benefits, medical benefits and more. Workers’ compensation is essential to ensure you do not end up paying for your costs out of pocket after you have been injured on the job. Many injured workers find they […]

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    How to Prepare for a Workers’ Comp Vocational Interview

    If you receive workers’ compensation benefits, you may have to take a vocational interview. Do you need to attend this meeting? What impact could this interview have on your workers’ compensation claim? How should you get ready for your interview? Here are the most frequently asked questions to help you prepare for a vocational interview for workers’ […]

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    Are Injuries at a Holiday Party Covered by Workers’ Comp?

    Many workplaces throw holiday parties to offer employees a perk at the end of the year. But sometimes the combination of social time and the presence of alcohol can lead to injuries. Have you sustained a holiday party injury? Read on to learn if you are eligible for workers’ comp. Common Injuries During a Holiday […]

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    Most dangerous industries in Pennsylvania

    Most Dangerous Industries to Work in PA

    American workers are, by and large, relatively safe on the job. Unlike some other countries, federal and state laws in the United States provide protection for workers, and federal agencies like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) include inspectors who regularly visit industries across the country to make sure employers comply with OSHA regulations about workplace […]

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