In The News: PA Workers Comp Update 6/20/17

 HOW LONG CAN I GET WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN PA.?  AN UPDATE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION: PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT ISSUES LANDMARK DECISION IN            PROTZ V. WCAB (DERRY AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT) On June 20, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared that Section 306(a.2) of the Pa. Workers’ Compensation Act (the Act) was unconstitutional. Previously, since passage of revisions […]

Injured at Work? PA Workers’ Comp Help Now Can Help

Injured at work

If you’ve been injured at work, we’re very happy you have found this page. Why? We Have The Right Answers to Your Questions! Because in the next few minutes, we’d like to give you answers to some of the questions that must be on your mind. We also want to provide directions you may need […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: News Reporters

News reporters lead a stressful life. They must be ready at a moment’s notice to travel to fires, crime scenes, car crashes, and other scenarios of that nature. Not only can this lifestyle cause a lot of mental strain, but it can also lead to serious injuries.   While rushing to make it to an […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: Security Guards

Security guards often work during the night, alone, and are in charge of making sure that the area they are protecting remains safe. Because of this, they are at risk for themselves to come face-to-face with violent criminals, which can make safety a constant worry.   Security guards are at risk for many physical injuries […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: Carpal Tunnel and Data Entry

Those in Pennsylvania that work data entry jobs (or any other type of job that requires a lot of typing) work in generally safe environments. However, this does not mean they are guaranteed to be free from harm.   Those that spend most of their day typing are at serious risk for developing carpal tunnel […]

PA Workers Comp: Supervisors

  When it comes to work-related injuries and illnesses, supervisors are often not the first type of employee that comes to mind. However, despite being overlooked, supervisors often work in stressful situations and can be just as prone to work-related injuries and illnesses as all other workers.   Often, supervisors must deal with insubordinate employees, […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: Aircraft Mechanics

Working on an aircraft not only takes some serious know-how; it also requires workers to be fully-attentive so that they do not get injured on the job. And whether it be in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, State College, there are many cities in Pennsylvania that have airports. Below are some of the most common injuries associated with […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: Construction and Building Inspectors

Construction and building inspectors work around heavy equipment and machinery all the time. Despite the fact that they may not be doing any actual labor, they are still at risk for a number of serious injuries. Below are a few tips inspectors can use to remain safe on the job.   Wear Proper Safety Equipment […]

PA Workers Comp Safety: Rain

Spring has finally arrived in Pennsylvania. And that means that for the next few months, it's going to be wet outside. Below are a few safety tips you and your coworkers can use if you are required to work outside in rainy conditions.   Wear The Right Clothing Wear clothing that will keep you dry. […]

PA Workers Comp Benefits: What Business Owners Need to Know

  In Pennsylvania, it’s important for business owners to understand that it is their responsibility to provide a safe work environment and to also cover the medical costs of all injured workers. Below is some information business owners need to know regarding Pennsylvania workers’ compensation benefits.    Fault Doesn’t Matter Many employers will try to […]