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  • Fall down Injuries: A Victim’s Guide on What to Do

    Get Help Seek assistance. Most people are very embarrassed when they fall and are reluctant to seek assistance from others. While this feeling is normal, you could risk further injury to yourself or

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  • UNDERSTANDING YOUR AUTO INSURANCE POLICY

    Turn on the television. Browse the internet. Read the newspaper. Look at a billboard. Look in the mail. Chances are good that you will find an insurance company peddling low cost auto insurance to the masses. Insurance companies recognize that, now more than ever, consumers are l...

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  • Car Accidents: Five Steps To Follow At The Scene

    Stay Calm It is natural for those involved to become scared, angry, stressed, and confused. Accidents are a tremendous shock to the system – not only physically, but emotionally as well. It is, the

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  • OSHA: NEW STANDARD FOR CRANE & DERRICK USAGE IN CONSTRUCTION

    OSHA introduced a new standard for the use of cranes and derricks in construction on November 8, 2010. The revision was OSHAs first revision of the crane and derrick in construction standard since 1971. Long overdue, the new standard adopts common-sense requirements designed to p...

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  • THE RIGHTS OF PENNSYLVANIA INJURY VICITIMS ARE UNDER ATTACK (AGAIN)

    On March 8, 2011, Governor Tom Corbett presented his budget address to the Pennsylvania General Assembly and made clear, once again, that he stands hand-in-hand with Big Business, Big Oil, and Big Insurance, and not with everyday citizens. His budget proposals are well-documente...

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  • OSHA SHIFTS FOCUS TO TARGET REPEAT OFFENDERS

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced last year that it would begin targeting employers with a history of workplace safety violations through a new initiative known as the Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP). Under the SVEP, OSHA refocused its...

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  • Workplace Safety: Top 10 OSHA Violations

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently unveiledits annual list of the Top Ten most cited workplace safety violations. Therewere approximately 94,000 violations issued during the 2010 fiscal year, andthe top ten violation categories represented 48 t...

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  • Recall Alert: Baby Jogger Jump Seats Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

    On March 1, 2011, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Baby Jogger, LLC, announced a voluntary recall of the popular Jump Seat attachment for the companys line of City Classic and City Elite Single jogging strollers. The ...

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  • Button Batteries Pose Serious Danger to Children

    There are countless items in your home that could potentially cause harm to your child. Now,you can add button batteries to the list. If you are like most parents, you probably never imagined that button batteries the small, flatlithium batteries found in a wide range of elec...

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  • LIMITED TORT V. FULL TORT: PENNSYLVANIA DRIVERS NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE

    Do you carry Full Tort or Limited Tort coverage on your Pennsylvania auto insurance? You are not alone if you dont know the answer. Most Pennsylvanians would be hard-pressed to answer the question, let alone be able to explain the difference. The answer to this question is, ho...

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