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Workers' compensation claim denied? You can appeal

For hardworking people in Pennsylvania, few things may be more devastating than a workplace accident. The physical and emotional toll from such an accident can be overwhelming, and many victims turn to workers' compensation during their recovery. Unfortunately, obtaining workers' comp is not always easy. For those who have been denied, it is possible to file an appeal and obtain the compensation deserved.

Workers' compensation could help victims of explosion

Proper workplace safety is essential to the well-being of each and every employee in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, some men and women are continually subjected to unsafe working conditions that put their lives at risk. Although workers' compensation is available for injured workers, this compensation may seem trivial to those who have lost loved ones in accidents.

Car accidents: 1 dead, several injured in Pennsylvania

A three-car crash has left a man dead and sent several other people, including three children, to local hospitals. Pennsylvania authorities in Pittsburgh confirmed that three cars were involved in the crash. As with most car accidents, this incident is still under investigation. So far, no charges have been filed in connection with the case.

Know the legal options when a distracted driver kills a loved one

We all see it every day. More and more people are using their phones while also driving a car. The exact rate of texting while driving is unknown, but chances are strong that government statistics woefully underestimate the prevalence of this behavior. People manage to drive distracted without crashing, which only reinforces their belief that they can safely drive while staring at their phone instead of the road.

Workers' compensation: Van explosion kills 1, injures 1

Pennsylvania workers in various industries are exposed to flammable substances and materials. Workplace accidents that involve fires and explosions are the subject of many workers' compensation claims that are filed every year. Two more will likely follow soon after the death of one worker and injuries suffered by another in an explosion.

One Penn. county seeing sharp increase in fatal car accidents

There are millions of drivers that travel Pennsylvania roads and highways each day. Certainly, everyone driving or riding in a vehicle hopes to arrive at their destinations safely. Officials were pleased to report recently that the number of fatal car accidents was at an historic low for the state. However, one county is not observing the same trend.

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