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Chem safety board reports on 2010 Pennsylvania factory explosion


Many Pennsylvania workers have fallen victim to workplace accidents. State law dictates that any injured employee who sustains an injury in the course of employment must be compensated by workers' compensation insurance held by the employer. Many workers often consult legal professionals familiar with workers' compensation laws in order to obtain full compensation for their injuries.

Helping victims of workplace accidents in Pennsylvania

Workplace accidents injure numerous workers every year in Pennsylvania, and often prove to be fatal. In some cases, the workers may have to spend years under medical care and rehabilitation. The attorneys at Friday & Cox LLC have diligently and aggressively defended the rights of employees for decades in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania nuke plant worker still without workers' compensation

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor has sponsored various and frequent awareness programs encouraging employers to maintain safe workplace environments to ensure the safety of every employee. If a workplace accident occurs, the employers must pay workers' compensation to the injured worker in lieu of earned wages.

Does Fibromyalgia qualify you for Social Security Disability benefits?

Fibromyalgia is a condition that results in chronic, widespread pain/tenderness in joints, muscles, tendons or other soft tissues.  Fibromyalgia manifests itself in a number of ways but the most common symptom is chronic widespread pain.  Fibromyalgia's symptoms vary widely from person to person.  There is currently no definitive diagnostic test for Fibroyalgia.  The American College of Rheumatology established cirteria to diagnose Fibromylgia, which consists of a patient having widespread pain that lasts for at least three months, and that the pain occurs in 11 out of the 18 tender points in the body.  

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