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FELL AT WORK & GETTING COMP; CAN I SUE?

FELL AT WORK & GETTING COMP; CAN I SUE?

WHEN CAN AN EMPLOYER RECOVER ATTORNEY FEES WHEN A WHISTLEBLOWER CASE IS DISMISSED

Berde v North Shore- Long Is. Jewish Health Sys., Inc., 2018 NY Slip Op 03955, Decided on June 6, 2018, Appellate Division, Second Department:

Workplace Violence and Workers’ Compensation

Workplace Violence and Workers’ Compensation

David Gantt voted Best Lawyers in America “Lawyer of the Year” for Workers’ Compensation in Asheville

David Gantt voted Best Lawyers in America “Lawyer of the Year” for Workers’ Compensation in Asheville

Workers Compensation for Emotional Distress

In most cases, a worker would not be able to collect any benefits for damages not resulting in an economic loss. There are, however, a few exceptions.

Most Common Warehouse Work Injures

Warehouses are popping up all over Central Pennsylvania along the Interstate 81 corridor. here are the common work injuries we see in these places of employment.

Seven Myths About Pennsylvania Workers Compensation

Myths about Pennsylvania workers compensation hat could cause problems for injured workers

Compensation for Violence in the Workplace

Violence in the workplace encompasses any act that is either physical in nature, intimidating, harassing or threatening or disruptive behaviors which occur in the workplace.

7 Myths about Pennsylvania Workers Comp

When hurt at work, speak to an experienced Workers Compensation attorney. There are too many myths out there that could actually harm your claim and case.

Occupational Hazards (Knee, Shoulder and Joint Injuries) Caused by Work

Workers compensation claims can result from pain due to:  Bending over Repeatedly, Physical Stress, Carpal Tunnel, Lifting Heavy Objects, Overuse Syndrome, Unsuitable Working Conditions, Standing or kneeling for Extended Periods, and Slips and Falls.

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