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Winter Driving Safety

Adverse weather conditions are a factor in nearly half a million crashes and more than 2,000 road deaths each winter, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Pennsylvania drivers should be careful on the roads this season, especially when travel conditions are hazardous. Winter Weather Alerts: What Do They Mean? Winter weather alerts can […]

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What are My Rights After a Work Accident?

Workers injured on the job are usually entitled to Workers’ Compensation. Following the correct procedures after the work accident is critical for preserving rights. Always file an accident report and do so as quickly as possible. File a report even if you do not think your injuries were serious. Always file a written accident report, […]

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Most Dangerous Toys 2019

The consumer safety group, World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. (W.A.T.C.H.), released its annual list of the most dangerous toys. It includes 10 toys they deem the worst for children during the holidays, with risks for choking, punctures, eye injuries, and chemical exposure. The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) most recent data reported close to […]

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White Collar Workers and Injuries

There is a common assumption that only factory or construction workers need Workers’ Compensation. However, this is not always the case. White collar workers tend to have their own set of injuries that call for Workers’ Compensation benefits. Therefore, it is important for white collar workers to stay informed about how to obtain Workers’ Compensation. […]

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Thanksgiving Travel Safety Tips

Every year at Thanksgiving, millions of motorists hit the road to spend the holiday with loved ones. Whether traveling to the next town or across the country, drivers should always adhere to basic rules to ensure a safe arrival at your destination. Prep your vehicle: Get your vehicle a check-up before your trip. Have tires […]

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Accidents With Delivery Trucks

Delivery trucks have become ubiquitous on roads as more people shop online. Due to the prevalence of online shopping retailers, reliance on delivery trucks has increased. Due to the high demand and pressure to deliver goods promptly, drivers of the delivery trucks are under great stress. Some delivery truck drivers have very little experience in […]

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Tesla Sparks Dangers with Smart Summon Feature

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is aware of two separate issues involving Tesla electric vehicles and agree that investigations should be underway. The first problem involves the Smart Summon Feature, which involves moving your vehicle with your key fob, without a driver, through slower paced parking lots. Drivers of these vehicles are citing […]

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OnMyWay App Rewards Drivers for Safe Driving

 Texting and driving is now the number one cause of death of people aged 17 to 25 in the United States. This is a full-fledged epidemic. One company is addressing this problem by creating positive reinforcement for refraining from texting and driving. The OnMyWay app provides monetary incentives each time a driver travels one mile […]

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Will My Social Security Benefits Affect My Workers’ Compensation?

When workers get hurt on the job and they are disabled to the degree where they can not return to work, they may qualify for Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability (SSD) payments at the same time. People who receive Worker’s Compensation as a result of a work-related injury will not likely qualify for Supplemental […]

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Pennsylvania Lacks Driver’s Education for Teens

Many states require teenagers to attend driver’s education classes to learn the rules of the road before applying for a license. However, in Pennsylvania, teens who are at least 18 years old can apply for a license without any formal driver training as long as they have a signed paper from a parent or spouse. […]

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