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  • Workers’ Compensation and the Gig Economy

    April 02, 2018

    Employment opportunities for freelance workers have been booming lately. Known as the gig economy, employers commonly have temporary positions and contracts with independent workers for short-term and part-time jobs. Popular app-driven businesses such as Lyft, Uber, Doordash, and Grubhub are all part of the gig economy. Most employers are required to obtain Workers’ Compensation insurance […]

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  • Technology to Reduce Distracted Driving

    March 31, 2018

    Technology, specifically smartphones, serves as a major cause of distracted driving accidents. Now, technology may come to the rescue and prevent some of these tragedies. Many of these features are standard in newer vehicles but will not necessarily help drivers of older cars. The following are the different types of safety technology that are featured […]

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  • New Startup Permits Electronic Safety Inspections on Construction Sites

    March 29, 2018

    What if a construction site could be inspected by anyone from anywhere at any time? This could potentially limit safety violations and hazards on the site and prevent accidents and injuries to workers and the public. Philadelphia construction accident lawyers want employers to know that technology can help keep construction sites safer. The construction industry […]

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  • Comparative Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case

    March 27, 2018

    Not every person injured in a slip and fall accident has grounds to sue the owner of the property where the incident happened. If you suffer a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property and can prove the property owner was negligent, you can sue them for damages. Sometimes, the property owner can avoid […]

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  • Electronic Logging Devices Change How Drivers Log Time Behind the Wheel

    March 24, 2018

    In December 2017, electronic logging devices (ELD) were introduced to the trucking industry for a three-month introductory period. ELDs track truck drivers’ hours of service, preventing drivers from becoming overworked, overtired, and dangerous behind the wheel. The roll-out began early this year to trucker industry hesitation, but by regulating trucker hours, drivers will obtain the […]

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  • Warning Signs in Slip and Fall Claims

    March 22, 2018

    Slip and fall accidents can result in serious head or back injuries and broken bones, especially in older individuals. If you are seeking compensation from injuries suffered in a slip and fall accident that happened on a property, warning signs can play an important role in proving your premises liability case. Factors in a Premises […]

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  • Car Wash Employee Safety

    March 16, 2018

    Certain workplaces are more dangerous for employees than others. Workplaces where employees perform manual labor have a higher incidence of employee injury than more sedentary jobs because the more time a worker spends climbing, carrying objects, and operating machinery, the more chances they have of being injured. Although it might not initially be obvious, car […]

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  • Improving Roadway Design and Safety

    March 13, 2018

    Traffic safety is a crucial component of transportation as roadway developers are seeking to improve the driving experience to ensure drivers reach their destinations without harm. Traffic accidents injure, disable, and claim the lives of more than one hundred thousand drivers, passengers, and pedestrians every year. By improving roadway design, engineers are hoping to prevent […]

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  • Truck Drivers and Shoulder Injuries

    March 09, 2018

    Truck drivers often suffer from back issues, but shoulder injuries are a close second. Injuries to the shoulder cuff can take a long time to heal and may cause the end of a truck driving career. Shoulder injuries require five times more than the amount of missed work days from back injuries, according to Orthopedic […]

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  • Daylight Savings Spikes Car Accidents

    March 07, 2018

    While most people cannot wait for days to grow longer, there is a downside to the daylight savings time change. Once the clocks turn an extra hour forward, which will occur on Sunday, March 11, car accidents are known to spike for several days following the shift. A study conducted by researchers at the University […]

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