Workers Compensation

OSHA: Finger injuries among most common in Pennsylvania

Workplace injuries can happen in any occupation, even serious ones. According to recent data made available by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), when it comes to “severe” injuries, Pennsylvania workers are most at risk of serious finger...

How injured road crew workers can collect more compensation

Warmer weather is here, which means two things for our local roads and highways here in the Lancaster area: There will be more construction crews and drivers – locals and people just passing through Pennsylvania – out there. If you...

The High Costs Of Workplace Injuries

Every year, hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers suffer injuries on the job with strains and sprains, cuts and punctures, bruises, inflammation and fractures being among the most commonly reported. While these types of injuries may not be life-threatening, they...

Were You Injured At Work?

No one heads to work in the morning thinking they will be the victim of a workplace accident or suffer job-related injuries. However, every year millions of workers throughout the U.S. suffer painful injuries at work that result in significant...

Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in Pennsylvania for 2013: Its Not Who You Might Think

We may all feel as if work is going to destroy us at times, but for people in the professional vocations represented below, the reality may be truly disconcerting. Any job can come with a risk to your health and...

Must You Treat With A Company Doctor After A Work Injury?

The medical treatment received within first 90 days after a legitimate work injury are the most critical. In Pennsylvania, most employers require an injured worker to treat with a panel occupational medicine provider for the first 90 days after a...