Harrisburg workers compensation lawyer

Man Suffers High-Voltage Electric Burns at Berks County Power Plant

December 27th, 2018

Local news sources indicate a man has suffered burn-related injuries in a workplace incident at the Birdsboro Power Plant. A news article about this developing story is available here. A construction worker who was shocked after coming in contact with a 22,000-volt electric line was taken to a nearby hospital after suffering third-degree burns to…

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Do I Have a Work-Related Injury?

November 18th, 2016

What Qualifies as a Work-Related Injury? Just because your injury did not occur while actually performing your job, it still may be a work-related injury. In order to establish your right to compensation under Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws, an injured employee must show that they were injured “in the course of employment.”   However, this does…

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Return To Work Questions

November 20th, 2014

Am I Entitled to Partial Wage Loss Benefits If I Return to Work, But I Am Making Less Than I Was At The Time of My Injury? If you have returned to work but your wages are less than you pre-injury average weekly wage, and you loss of earnings is related to your work injury. Then you would be entitled to partial disability benefits. Partial…

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Billboard Worker Injured

October 3rd, 2014

Billboard Worker Injured in Work Accident On Wednesday morning, WGAL reports that a billboard worker in York County was seriously injured when a rope snapped on the billboard he was working on and hit him in the head. After you have been injured, or a family member was killed, in a workers’ compensation accident, it is important to hire an experienced attorney who knows what it…

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