You are injured and you are angry. You told your employer that your working conditions were hazardous; you said you were risking injury; and, now you are hurt. You want accountability. You want to file a lawsuit. In general, workers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey you are barred from suing an employer for a workplace...Read More
If you live or work near a fracking site in Pennsylvania, you probably already know that fracking, short for hydraulic fracturing, involves drilling into the earth. A mixture of water, chemicals, and sand shoots into rock at a high pressure to release gas. The fracking industry has proven to be a lucrative one, so the...Read More
Why is Construction One of the Most Dangerous Occupations in America? Construction work is dangerous. Heavy equipment, large loads, power tools, multi-level work surfaces, and numerous contractors working at the same time means that there is always the possibility of injury. This is why OSHA, the Occupational safety and Health Administration, has strict safety rules...Read More
A Guide for Workers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey In both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, an injured worker has the right to ask his employer to cover the medical costs associated with workplace injuries. Compensation for on-the-job injuries comes from an employers’ workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation provides coverage of all medical bills related to...Read More
Your Rights When Work Injuries Occur on Unsafe Property Not everyone goes to an office to do their job. Construction workers, delivery persons, house cleaners, plumbers, repair workers, and others travel to properties that are not owned by their employer in order to do their job. What happens when a worker is injured because a...Read More
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