In 2007, I informed a co-worker that I was going to have my first child. His response was, "You should probably just retire now. Your career is over." I was 30 years old
The Commonwealth Court has ruled that an employer's attorney is not entitled to have ex parte contact with a workers' compensation claimant's treating physicians, even if those physicians are employe
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An aluminum production factory worker who suffered a degloving and partial amputation of several fingers after his hand was sucked into a paint applicator machine has agreed to settle his claim with
Does a landlord have an obligation to act once it learns a resident is being harassed by another tenant on Facebook or similar social media site? According to a recent Ohio state appellate decision,
...is. She cautioned that moving too quickly to this model could "tear a firm apart," however, as it could create dissension in the...
Many lawyers who investigate bus accident cases look to the driver and the bus company as the exclusive tortfeasors
...of Action: Slip-and-fall. Injuries: Tibial plateau fracture; meniscal tear. Plaintiffs Counsel: Clancy Boylan, Fellerman & Ciarimboli, Kingston, Pa....
...Higgins did not contest the liability. Robert Farner sustained a tear of the right scapholunate ligament in his dominant right wrist, an abrasion...
...the left side of his body. He was treated for a dislocation, tear and fractures to his left (nondominant) shoulder. Verdecchio had worked at the...
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