Reading was established in 1748 by Richard and Thomas Penn, the sons of William Penn, who is well known for founding Pennsylvania. Located in Berks County, Reading is seated halfway in between the cities of Philadelphia and Harrisburg. This has placed Reading directly in the middle of a major transportation and trade route, which inspired the name for Reading Railroad. The construction of the railroad has been regarded of one of the greatest developmental factors for the entire Berks county, and is commonly known as one of four iconic railroads from the board game Monopoly.
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Working In Reading, PA
The city of Reading, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, is the main city of the Greater Reading Area. It is the fifth largest city in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, and Erie, respectively. Reading saw a very early economic boom and growth in its population, and reached about 120,000 residents by the 1930s. This number started to decline, however, and has finally started to increase again with the population currently sitting at about 88,000 residents.
What Industries Dominate the Reading Landscape?
With a very rich history, Reading has been a prime location for many events throughout the years, especially when it comes to war. The city held military bases during the French and Indian wars by utilizing the Blue Mountains. Reading became a hub in the iron industry had an iron production that actually exceeded that of England, and helped to supply troops with cannons, rifles, and ammunition during the Revolutionary War. Reading also played a crucial role in both the Civil War and World War II.
Reading became home to the first Amish community in the New World and the Pennsylvania German dialect was commonly spoken in the area through the 1950s. The city was one of the first where outlet shopping became part of a tourist industry and is well-known for its pretzels. Reading is home to many businesses such as Reading Hospital, Carpenter Technology Corporation, Reading School District, Boscov’s and Penske Truck Leasing. With over 125 miles of trails, Reading has also recently become a destination for cyclists and is planning on building an indoor velodrome.
Who You Are:
You’re from Reading! You are tough, hardworking and independent. People don’t mess around over here; a works hard, plays hard mentality is part of your DNA. Even the hardest, most diligent of workers can get hurt at work. If that happens, you need to reach out and talk about your options in possibly receiving workers’ compensation.
Who We Are:
We are Reading’s premier Workers’ Compensation law firm. Readingworks hard, and we work even harder to protect them and get them the compensation they deserve after getting hurt on the job.
There is never a fee for advice or a consultation. Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. Therefore, we do not charge you a fee, until we win your case. Contact us today for a consultation.
What We Can Do for You:
If you work in the service or retail industry, work accidents are known to happen all too often. Whether it’s getting hurt on the job operating a Hoyer Lift, slipping and falling while helping a patient, or finding yourself in the middle of an industrial accident, we have you covered. Even lighter duty jobs such as typing still pose threats of diseases such as carpal tunnel! Remember, the law falls on your side during times like these.
Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo is Pennsylvania’s leading workers’ compensation law firm and is ready to help you. Founded in 1936, we have the experience to help you and encourage you to share your story. If you or someone you know needs help finding a workers’ compensation attorney, look no further. Give us a call at 610-463-0280 or send us a message here to obtain a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.