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December 2019 Archives

Why do first responders end up in emergency rooms as patients?

If you or a loved one is an emergency medical technician (EMT), you may be heartened to hear that the demand for them is expected to keep growing for at least the next few years. However, as you know, it's a physically and emotionally demanding occupation.

How should employers help with workers' mental health concerns?

Mental health is a real concern, especially among workers employed in certain industries. Depression, anxiety and other mental health concerns can adversely impact a worker's on-the-job performance and result in absenteeism. This is why employers must remain vigilant for negative employee behaviors. They can help their employees get the help that they need if they notice them early on.

State supreme court affirms rulings in favor of flight attendant

When a person suffers an injury on an employee shuttle, are they entitled to workers' compensation? One Pennsylvania case that has taken nearly five years to reach a resolution just got a unanimous ruling from the state's high court in the employee's favor.

Transportation and materials workers injury rates go unchanged

A U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report published on Dec. 6 captured how illness and injury rates among workers in the materials moving and transportation industries have gone relatively unchanged since last year. This industry remains the most dangerous one of all other types even though injury and illness rates have remained status quo over the past year.

Blue-collar workers shouldn't ignore pain while they're at work

Manual labor is honorable, decent work. Whether you work on a construction site welding or on a production line making vehicle components, the work that you do helps create valuable goods or materials. Unfortunately, the physical nature of your job could also put you at risk for injuries.

When your implant is recalled

Implants become part of you. Virtually everyone expects a hip replacement, for example, to last decades longer than they last themselves. So, when a recall is issued, how do you return it to the manufacturer? Who would pay for the surgery? How could you trust the new product put in its place?

Were you fired after a workers' compensation claim?

A workplace injury has the potential to alter your life in many ways. From your health to your finances to your career goals, you never know what the future will bring. Fortunately, with the help of workers' compensation benefits in Pennsylvania, you may be able to stabilize your finances during this difficult time.

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