Legal Articles, Employment

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.

Back and Neck Injuries from Work

Overview of Back and Neck Injuries from Work and steps to take in your Workers Compensation Claim.

Disciplining and Firing Employees

Taken From Human Resources Law from A to Z.

What to do if you are in a Hit and Run Accident

What to do if you are involved in a hit and run accident.

Office Injuries Workers Compensation

Office Injuries Leading to Workers' Compensation Claims

How to Handle a Workplace Injury

How to Handle a Workplace Injury

How to Get Workers Comp

Knowing what these factors are is critical to making sure that you are covered while you are working.

Third Party Lawsuit Workers Compensation

A Third Party Hurts You While You Are at Work - Is That a Case for Workers' Compensation?

Do I Qualify for Workers Compensation Benefits?

There are specific things that need to be in place for an employee to collect workers’ compensation benefits.

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