Mooney Law Expands Shippensburg Office

Mooney Law has expanded its Shippensburg office due to client growth in the Shippensburg area.  The office address will remain the same at 34 West King Street.   The firm has relocated across the hall into the former office of Bell Insurance.  The new office provides additional office space for other Mooney Law attorneys to meet clients.   We have seen continued, sustained growth in our Franklin and Cumberland county markets and Shippensburg has been a big part of that growth. …

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Huge Walmart Warehouse Coming to Shippensburg

The huge warehouse being built off Exit 24 of Interstate 81 in Shippensburg looks to be nearing completion.  The warehouse is reportedly a Walmart Distribution Center.  As you can see by the image below, it is nearing completion. Besides more truck traffic on the Olde Scotland Road and Shippensburg in general, a new large warehouse bring more employees.  Hopefully, proper training and safe practice prevail at this new location. Mooney law represents injured workers throughout Pennsylvania.  With an office located…

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What happens if I am released to light duty and there is no light duty job?

If you have been released to light duty and your employer refuses to accommodate those restrictions, then your workers compensation wage loss benefits will continue. In a claim that is denied, then the potential liability for workers compensation wage loss benefits continues to accrue against the workers compensation insurance carrier, should your claim petition be granted. Not all employers have light duty. That can be frustrating for an injured worker who wishes to get back to work. Many do. Wage…

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Why am I receiving unpaid medical bills in my Pennsylvania workers’ comp case?

Why am I receiving medical bills in the mail when I was injured at work? There are several potential answers to that question. Under the Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Act, most injured workers are entitled to certain benefits. One of those benefits is medical care and treatment. Covered medical treatment can include doctor visits, physical therapy, occupational therapy, work hardening therapy, medication, lab and diagnostic tests, surgery, pain management, rehabilitation services, and more. Additionally, it is important to know that there…

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