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Personal Injury
The Pennsylvania workers’ compensation system is designed to protect both employers and employees. Employers who have workers’ compensation insurance are protected from a direct lawsuit for injuries sustained on-the-job and employees receive the medical treatment they need and are compensated for any lost wages that are associated with any injuries, and diseases sustained while at...
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After you have been injured, you may find that the medical costs, lost wages, and other financial losses start to add up. While your injury occurred at work, it was not directly related to your work. Instead, a third party was at-fault for your slip and fall injury. But, if your injury occurs at work,...
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Sometimes, defining who was at-fault for an accident is not as clear. In the event that you were not wearing a seatbelt at the time of your accident, you may be wondering if you are still eligible to collect compensation. After all, you did not cause the accident, but you did suffer additional injuries due...
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Concussions are not a minor injury. In fact, you could suffer from a concussion and not be aware of it – or the dangers of allowing your concussion to go untreated. While you can encounter a concussion in almost any situation where your head is struck by an object, they are common in car accidents...
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As a parent, you want your teen driver to be protected behind the wheel. But, how do you do that when you cannot be in the vehicle with them all of the time? Luckily, car manufacturers understand parents’ concerns about their young drivers – which is why they have taken great strides to create cars...
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Unfortunately, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur much more often in the United States than people realize. That is because the symptoms can often mimic other conditions; therefore, patients are misdiagnosed, and their TBI is left untreated for days, weeks, or even months. In some cases, the symptoms can be so minor at first that the...
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After an accident, defining who is “at-fault” can become more complicated than people may realize. Just because a person caused an accident does not necessarily mean that he or she is 100 percent at-fault for another’s injuries. In the state of Pennsylvania, the comparative negligence laws will take over when the fault is not so...
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While the causes of car accidents may vary, the basis of nearly all accident cases is the same: Negligence. After a car accident, you may be wondering who is liable for your injuries and damages. Even if there is a person who is at-fault for the incident, his or her level of liability can be...
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After a car accident, a victim could suffer from a multitude of injuries – and rarely does a victim have just one injury. The impact alone can cause injuries throughout the body, which leads to time off from work, excessive medical bills, and possibly long-term consequences. If you have been seriously injured in a car...
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Pennsylvania consists of 67 counties. Each county has its own local municipality, cities, boroughs, first class townships, and even second class townships. With more than 120,000 miles of roads and highways, motor vehicle crashes are a common occurrence. When crashes do occur on the roadways and highways of the state, they are investigated by the...
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