Our Top 5 Pennsylvania Workers Comp Posts for 2017

As we sit at the doorstep to 2018, I want to provide you the top five posts from my blog this year in Workers Compensation.  These posts I chose due to traffic and due to the information we provide to injured workers across Pennsylvania.  If you missed them, well, link to them here. Unfortunately for me, often times I am meeting a new client, it is because they are in pain and have suffered a significant injury on the job. …

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Low wages and frequent injuries for nursing home employees in Pennsylvania

A guest column by Bill Parkinson in the Carlisle Sentinel caught my eye.  The essence of Mr. Parkinson's article is the pathetic nature of the low wages paid to nursing home employees. There’s clearly something terribly askew about a system wherein the individuals we trust to care for those we love aren’t paid a living wage. That inequity speaks volumes — tearfully sad volumes — about our priorities, our respect for our relatives and ourselves. How right he is. I…

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