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Not all Workers’ Compensation cases are cut and dried. In situations where work-related psychological damages are incurred, individuals can suffer greatly, even though their wounds are not apparent. Mental injuries can affect an employee’s health and capacity to do their job effectively. They can also lead to heart attacks and other diseases, resulting in high-cost » Read More
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Nearly every workplace has either an in-house janitorial staff or hires a contractor to perform cleaning services. Imagine if these services were not regularly and reliably provided? Janitorial workers contribute to the health and safety of the workplaces they serve, as well as improving their overall productivity and well-being. Considering the type of work, it » Read More
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Emergency response coordinators can face an unpredictable range of dangers, hazards, and life-threatening injuries every day. They may have only seconds to make life-or-death decisions, and they must get it right the first time. Someone who chooses to take on this role may have to deal with all types of situations, from car accidents to » Read More
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Insurance companies typically opt to settle because they would pay less in the settlement than they would over the long term. Once you accept the settlement, all Workers’ Compensation insurance checks cease immediately. A lump sum settlement, or “compromise and release,” of $50,000 may seem like a considerable sum. But this may not be reasonable, » Read More
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A puncture wound, which can happen in absolutely any work setting, may or may not look serious, but it should always be evaluated and treated immediately. Even though this type of wound may have only a small opening, it may go down quite deep, which can make the injured party very susceptible to a blood » Read More
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When an employee experiences an on-the-job injury, they may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits, including medical treatment and lost wages. In the state of Pennsylvania, these are based on many different variables, such as the extent of injury, liability, and the employee’s regular wages. Employees that suffer damaged or destroyed body parts can be » Read More
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The Workers’ Compensation Act of Pennsylvania provides protections for employees who get injured or contract an illness at work. An employee must notify their employer of their workplace illness or injury within 120 days. Failure to do so will disqualify you for from receiving Workers’ Compensation benefits. What Injuries and Illnesses Qualify for Workers’ Compensation? » Read More
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Approximately one-third of all employees travel for work. According to various studies, regardless of the occupation, if a person travels for work, that person is more likely to be injured on the job. To ensure entitlement to Workers’ Compensation benefits, insurance companies must verify that the injury occurred during the scope of employment for the » Read More
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Young drivers are lacking in maturity and experience. Developing the skill and wisdom to drive sensibly and safely takes time. When a young person is driving for their employment, there can be an extra layer of pressure that can cause distraction and anxiety. That may be why motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of » Read More
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Any impact directly to the head risks traumatic brain injury (TBI). In addition, indirect force can cause the brain to be forcibly pressed against the inside of the skull, also resulting in TBI. This can happen when an explosion takes place nearby or a car accident causes a sudden jolt. An object that penetrates brain » Read More
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