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  • Pennsylvania Drivers: Go Orange to Keep Turnpike Workers Safe

    To commemorate National Work Zone Awareness Week last month, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and the State Police boosted enforcement in a joint effort to keep work crews safe. The Commission also took the opportunity to urge Pennsylvania drivers to “Go Orange”. The awareness campaign takes place across the nation each year and reminds drivers to[…]

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    May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

    Every year, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) puts forth Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, reminding vehicle drivers and motorists alike that safe driving and riding practices help to reduce injuries and fatalities on our nation’s roadways. To ring in Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month this May, take a few moments to learn more about how[…]

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    Proposed PA House Bill 930 Would Expand Coverage to Permanently Disfigured Workers

    House Bill 930, formerly House Bill 2061, has been reintroduced by State Representative Dawkins. The Bill, which passed the House on May 2, 2023, was referred to Labor & Industry in April and amended the state’s Workers’ Compensation Act by expanding the benefits for permanent disfigurement. Workers’ Compensation benefits would cover scars below the neck,[…]

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    Do You Know Your Limited Tort Rights After Being Injured in a Car Accident?

    Pennsylvania offers its residents both limited tort and full tort options when choosing their auto insurance policies. When drivers select full tort coverage, they have an unrestricted right to seek a full recovery for both economic and non-economic damages for car accident injuries. Pennsylvania drivers who choose a limited tort policy, however, have several hurdles[…]

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    Bureau of Labor Statistics Report Shows Workplace Fatalities Are Increasing

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) most recent report on occupational fatalities, there was an 8.9% jump in workplace fatalities between 2020 and 2021. While employers may be required by federal law to have numerous safeguards in place to protect employees from known and recognizable hazards, the BLS’ report highlights how workers continue[…]

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