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    What Are the Most Common Types of Car Accidents in Philadelphia?

    A mix of major highways and tight city streets bring residents and visitors into the heart of Philadelphia. The city is home to four of Pennsylvania’s top 10 most dangerous road segments and several notoriously dangerous intersections. As a result, various car accidents happen throughout Philadelphia every day. Philadelphia car accidents range from minor fender[…]

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    Safety Tips for Shoveling Snow

    According to weather forecasters, Philadelphia residents should expect about 75 times more snow this winter than we saw last year. This probably comes as no surprise since the tristate area has already seen significant snowfall so far. Before another storm hits, let’s learn about how shoveling snow may carry heightened risks for experiencing a cardiac[…]

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    Did You Suffer Injuries After a Scaffolding Accident or Fall at Work?

    Scaffolding accidents can result in some of the most tragic and debilitating injuries. Workers injured while performing their duties can seek Workers’ Compensation benefits from their employer. These benefits cover medical bills and a portion of lost wages. In many cases, Workers’ Compensation does not cover the full extent of an employee’s injury and damages.[…]

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    February 4-10th is National Burn Awareness Week

    Every February, the American Burn Association (ABA) sponsors a weeklong awareness campaign meant to reduce burn injuries in Americans. This year’s campaign, which takes place next month from the 4th to the 10th, focuses on how to reduce flammable liquid burn injuries. Any liquid with a flash point under 100 degrees Fahrenheit is considered flammable,[…]

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    February is American Heart Month

    This February marks the 57th consecutive American Heart Month, an important annual awareness campaign spearheaded by the American Heart Association (AHA). This year’s campaign: “Heart to Heart: Why Losing One Woman is Too Many” is raising awareness about how 1 in 3 women are diagnosed with heart disease each year. Heart disease is the number[…]

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