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  • Is Post-Concussion Syndrome Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

    Workers who suffer head injuries on the job might develop post-concussion syndrome. This condition causes prolonged dizziness and other serious symptoms that make it impossible to return to work. Post-concussion syndrome is covered by Workers’ Compensation, however, it is not always easy to prove that it is a direct result of a work accident. One[…]


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    CPSC Report: Child Drowning Rate Remains Too High

    According to a recent report from the Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC, child drowning remains the leading cause of unintentional and accidental death for American youth between the ages of one and four-years-old. The American Red Cross (ARC) estimates that that more than 105 million children, teens and adults swim annually. With summertime steadily[…]


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    Important Snow Shoveling Responsibilities

    With yet another snowfall, it is important to know the rules that govern who is responsible for shoveling snow and clearing sidewalks. These rules vary based on where a person lives, but a citywide ordinance in Philadelphia requires all homeowners, landlords, businesses, and even renters to remove snow from their sidewalks within six hours of[…]


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    How Common are Stairwell Accidents?

    According to a study published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine (AJEM), stairwells are a common source of injury for people of all ages. Approximately 50 percent of the homes and apartments in the United States contain stairs. In addition, stairwell slip and fall accidents account for a significant percentage of serious injuries on[…]


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    Workplace Hazard: Deadly Falls

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s (BLS) most recent workplace injury data, 880 workers died from slips, trips, and falls in 2019. Sadly, this number represents only a miniscule decrease from the year before. Fatal falls are second only to transportation incidents when it comes to the leading causes of deadly workplace accidents. The[…]


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