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Handling Claims for Truck Driver Injuries

Thousands of workers employed in the trucking industry are injured each year while performing the duties associated with their jobs. Truck drivers are exposed to a variety of hazardous conditions that put them at risk for a work-related injury or accident.

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Representing Victims with Soft Tissue Injuries

It is common for workers involved in traumatic episodes in the course of employment to suffer injuries described as “soft tissue injuries.” This is a common designation for injuries to tissues of the body such as ligaments, muscles and tendons, as opposed to hard tissues such as bones.

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Helping Injured Workers in Pennsylvania Dealing with Psychological or Mental Injuries

Work-related injuries can be both physical and mental in nature. Job-related mental or psychological injuries often include anxiety, depression, and other stress-related disorders including post-traumatic stress injuries.

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When You Need a Pennsylvania Lawyer for Amputations and Lost Limbs

The loss of a limb through a workplace accident is a terrible blow to a worker and his or her family. Such a life-changing event alters the worker’s ability to earn a wage and to enjoy life.

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The Legal Help You Need After a Severe Workplace Accident

A traumatic workplace accident can have lasting effects such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD results from a catastrophic event such as a physical attack, a violent accident or the loss of a loved one.

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Representing Injured Workers with Shoulder Injuries

Shoulder injuries suffered in the course of employment can severely impact a worker’s ability to continue performing day-to-day activities. Shoulder injuries can be caused by one traumatic incident or by repetitive use of the arm.

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Pennsylvania Knee Injury Lawyers

Workplace knee injuries suffered through traumatic falls or twisting events can damage muscles, tendons, cartilage and ligaments.

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Overview of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a work-related injury that affects employees in a wide range of industries. It is one of numerous repetitive use injuries caused by occupations that require workers to use constant forceful or repetitive actions or motions.

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The Workers Compensation Process in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Act was passed nearly 100 years ago to ensure prompt payment of medical expenses and lost wages to workers injured on the job, and to provide death benefits to families of employees killed at work.

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