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January 2012 Archives

Grain bin workers exposed to workplace injuries

Losing a limb is one of the most traumatic injuries that a worker can face. The loss of a limb has longstanding consequences for a worker and typically requires a worker to constantly adjust their daily routines to accommodate their disability. Fortunately, workers who suffer the loss of a limb do not have to face their medical expenses alone. A workers' compensation attorney can help individuals obtain the compensation that they deserve, which can help pay for the medical care associated with recovering after an amputation.

Dangerous chemical exposure for salon workers

There are many jobs which come to mind immediately when we think of dangerous workplaces. Construction sites are often the location of serious injuries from falls or incidents involving heavy equipment. Factory workers are at risk of becoming entangled in powerful machinery. But some professions conceal less obvious dangers.

Employer unsuccessfully argues that trauma care was unnecessary

There does not seem to be any disagreement about the fact that it was a work related injury when a priest working for the Diocese of Allentown fell on icy sidewalk. But there is a dispute about the treatment he received after he was injured in the fall. The employer refused to pay much of the cost, arguing that some of the care the priest received was not necessary.

Court says work-related lifting contributed to heart attack

One of the tasks that many employees of bars and restaurants are ordinarily required to perform is moving and switching out heavy kegs of beer. Anyone who has had to do this can attest to the fact that it is a strenuous job. At the end of a busy night an employee may have to move around numerous full kegs of beer, sometimes in cramped quarters.

Pennsylvania construction worker accident leaves one dead

Readers in Philadelphia know the severity of workplace accidents may differ sharply. Workers who are injured during the course of employment are nearly always entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits, regardless of fault. In the case of fatal accidents, the family of the deceased worker may be able to collect those benefits in order to cover any funeral and medical expenses, as well as make up for lost wages.

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Our Philadelphia firm and attorneys have received numerous accolades in the area of workers' compensation law. Several of our attorneys have been recognized by their peers and listed in Super Lawyers since 2006. The Super Lawyers process recognizes the top lawyers in their fields in Pennsylvania.

Since 2010, our law firm has been rated as a tier-one law firm for workers' compensation law claimants in Pennsylvania by U.S. News & World Report — Best Law Firms Edition.

Since 2009, Jason Krasno has been selected to the Best Lawyers® "America's Best" series. The Best Lawyers® award is given only to a handful of attorneys throughout the United States each year. Jason was also selected as a top workers' compensation attorney. You can see the articles on Jason in Newsweek's Aug. 23, 2010, edition.

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