How Long Can You Collect Workers’ Compensation in Pennsylvania?

Workers’ compensation is meant to help an injured worker cover their expenses while they recover from a workplace injury. How much you can expect and for how long is not always clear prior to filing a workers’ compensation claim. Even after you have filed your claim, you might wonder how long you will receive compensation… More

Filing a Whistleblower or Retaliation Claim in New Jersey

Whistleblower laws protect individuals who report fraud or theft. These laws are designed to encourage current and former employees to report known instances of wrong-doing in a business. Retaliation laws protect the individual once they do file a complaint. They prevent employers and organizations from retaliating on an employee. What Are Whistleblower Laws? Whistleblower laws… More

Nursing Home Abuse Overview

When you choose a nursing home to care for your loved one, you expect them to treat them with the same care as you would. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Nursing home residents are subject to neglect and abuse. If your loved one is the victim of nursing home abuse, it could result… More

What Are Some Examples of Discrimination?

Discrimination is an all too common problem. Despite federal and state regulations to protect individuals against discrimination, it can, and still does, occur. Understanding the different types of discrimination and who regulates each one in Pennsylvania can help you navigate your individual case, in the event you are discriminated against. The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission… More

Get Prompt Medical Attention After an Accident

Whether or not you intend to seek compensation following an accident in which another party is at-fault, the most important thing to do following the accident is to get prompt medical attention. There are a few reasons why prompt medical attention is so important: It Protects Your Health Of course, one of the most obvious… More

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