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October 2018 Archives

Steps to take after one is in a car crash


It is a smart idea for people in Pennsylvania to prepare in advance for different events. This can make the various events that arise in people's lives go much smoother than they may go without preparation. This is easy to do when the people know an event is going to happen at a specific time and place. However, there are many events in people's lives that are unexpected, and people do not know if the event will occur, much less when and where the event will occur.

Why many Pennsylvania motorists say no to alcohol

There is nothing inherently wrong with drinking alcohol. Perhaps you enjoy drinking in moderation with your spouse or close friends, especially on holidays or nights out on the town. In fact, just because you imbibe a glass of wine and later drive your car doesn't necessarily mean you are breaking the law. However, it also doesn't necessarily mean that you're not.

Avoid spending the holidays in the hospital due to work injuries

A significant portion of the Western Pennsylvania workforce is part of the fulfillment center industry. If you are one of the many workers who will soon face the frantic peak season, you might recognize the need for learning about potential injury hazards. Only then can you work on your own precautionary measures to stay safe.

Requirements for medical experts in medical malpractice cases


Doctors in Pennsylvania must go through many years of school and training prior to practicing medicine. This is very important because the human body is a very complicated thing and has many different parts that need to work together to keep people healthy. So, when things go wrong people need to doctors who know exactly what they are doing to help ensure that the person is able to get better. However, sometimes the person does not get better and sometimes things get worse for them.

How do you know which nursing home is right for your family?

If you're an adult child of an aging parent in Pennsylvania, you are among many others in this state and beyond who often encounter challenges as they do their best to help their parents enjoy the highest quality of life possible while they live out their golden years. A time may come when you and your parent determine a need for him or her to move into a nursing home.

Dump truck runs over a pedestrian at a travel center


Many different types of trucks travel on the roads in Pennsylvania every day. These trucks are of various sizes and provide different services. However, they do have things in common. One obvious one is that they are much larger than most other vehicles on the road. Another is that the drivers of the trucks tend to have more blind spots due to the size of the vehicles. So, it is extra important that the drivers pay very close attention to their surroundings when they are driving.

Are you suffering the consequences of asbestos exposure?

Safety hazards exist in every industry, and the only way you can protect yourself from harm is to be fully aware of the risks of your job. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that each employer must inform employees about the safety hazards they will face and the safety precautions to avoid injuries or illness. However, some workplaces pose dangers that could only become evident years after exposure.

Easily preventable nursing home elopement can end tragically

If you have recently placed your loved one in a Pennsylvania nursing home facility, chances are you have concerns about his or her safety. In fact, it may have been a terrifying incident that brought about this decision when your loved one became disoriented or wandered away from home. You knew you did not have the skill or resources to provide the security your loved one needed, and you were counting on the facility to offer protections you could not.

People may receive workers' compensation for hearing loss


When people in Pennsylvania think about injuries occurring at work they may begin thinking about broken bones, sprains, pulled muscles and other injuries along those lines. However, there are many other types of injuries that people can suffer in the workplace. Some of these injuries are also something that occur over time and do not necessarily occur due to one single accident. Exposure to certain chemicals over time can cause diseases and exposure to loud sounds can lead to hearing loss.

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