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How To Prove Wrongful Death In Philadelphia

Posted on March 14, 2024
Losing a loved one due to the negligence or wrongful actions of another is a devastating experience. In Pennsylvania, families who have suffered such a loss have the option to pursue justice through a wrongful death claim. However, proving wrongful death requires meeting specific legal criteria and presenting compelling evidence. Elements of a Wrongful...
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Can Workers Compensation Stop Paying Without Notice?

Posted on February 27, 2024
Workers' compensation serves as a crucial safety net for employees facing injuries or illnesses arising from their work duties. In Pennsylvania, the Department of Labor & Industry (DLI) has established guidelines to ensure fair treatment and transparency in the process. According to the DLI, insurers responsible for workers' compensation payments are obligated to provide...
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How Long Can You Be On Workers Compensation In Philadelphia?

Posted on February 27, 2024
In Pennsylvania, the duration of workers' compensation benefits depends on various factors. However, partial disability benefits can potentially be collected for up to 500 weeks and total disability for up to 104 weeks unless the permanent impairment rating threshold is met. What Pennsylvania Law States About How Long Workers' Compensation Lasts According to Pennsylvania’s...
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How Long Do I Have To See A Doctor After A Work Injury?

Posted on February 27, 2024
Suffering a work-related injury in Pennsylvania comes with responsibilities and timelines, particularly when it comes to seeking medical attention. You are required to see a doctor immediately and, in many cases, it must be a designated healthcare provider specified by your employer. The Immediate Aftermath After A Work Injury In the immediate aftermath of...
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If I Get A Lump Sum Settlement From Workers’ Comp Can I Return to Work?

Posted on February 27, 2024
Receiving a lump sum settlement from workers' compensation can bring relief to an injured employee, but it often raises questions about the possibility of returning to work.  Returning to Work After a Lump Sum Settlement The possibility of returning to work after receiving a lump sum workers’ compensation settlement often hinges on the insurer's...
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2023 Ski Injury Statistics

Posted on January 29, 2024
Skiing can pose risks of mild to severe injuries, including sprains, fractures, and head injuries. Factors such as skill level, terrain difficulty, and adherence to safety guidelines contribute to the likelihood of injuries. Here is an overview of 2023 ski injury statistics.  Overall Ski Injury Rates Every year, approximately 600,000 people in the U.S....
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