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Can I get compensation for my personal injury from a fall?

Shoppers in Pennsylvania usually expect stores to be tidy, clean and free from any serious dangers. Indeed, keeping property free from potential safety risks is actually the legal responsibility of an owner. When an owner is unable to immediately address a safety problem, signs must be put up to warn visitors of the risk. Unfortunately, many property owners do not take this responsibility seriously, which can lead to serious personal injury for unsuspecting victims.

Bill proposes workers' compensation benefits for volunteers

Virtually no one works in a risk-free profession, but some people in Pennsylvania take on a much greater risk than others. Firefighters and ambulance workers must perform their work duties in what are often dangerous situations in which injury is a real possibility. Although workers' compensation benefits are available to these individuals, the Pennsylvania state workers' comp system has long left out volunteer workers.

3 great ways to avoid a DUI

A DUI has the potential to hurt your life in many ways. You may lose your job, be unable to get an apartment you want or struggle with financial losses after paying fines and penalties. Your insurance may increase. Your friends and family may even treat you differently.

A personal injury suits only for car wrecks?

If you are the type of person who takes great care with your own safety, who always wears a seat belt, gives animals a wide berth and keeps an eye out for slippery floors while shopping, suffering an injury because of another person's negligence can be devastating. But did you know that you can receive compensation for incidents caused by someone else? Although personal injury suits are often discussed in the context of car accidents, they are useful for a wide range of accidents and injuries.

Evaluations coming back for workers' compensation recipients

Recent legislation set by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives is set to bring big changes to the state's workers' comp system. Now, some people receiving workers' compensation benefits will have to undergo a secondary evaluation years after leaving the workforce. This has some worried that the most severely injured victims could see a reduction in benefits.

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