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Mooney & Associates is pleased to welcome Bria Duncan to the Mooney & Associates team as our new paralegal. Bria will be training as a full time paralegal to assist clients in Bankruptcy, Criminal law, Civil law, Family law, Estate Planning, and Real Estate.
Illegal drug use can have a profound impact on your ability to obtain workers compensation benefits. If you are on illegal drugs when hurt at work and if you are terminated for cause, it can have an affect on wage loss benefits. Learn more.
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled against former Pittsburgh Steeler DB Ainsley Battles in his bid to obtain workers compensation. Learn how more about why the bid failed and what that could mean for your workers comp case.
You and your family rely on your workers compensation benefits – is it possible for them to end? Learn the five reasons your workers compensation benefits could end. Find out what you can do to protect your benefits today.
The Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board recently overturned a decision by a Workers’ Comp judge on a suspension petition. Learn more about this case and what it could mean for your workers compensation case.
Do you know what happens when you’ve been injured at work and receive a Notice of Ability Return to Work? Learn more about why you may be receiving this notice and what your should do upon receiving it to protect your right to benefits.
Joann Wildeson, of Horst & Sons Trucking Company as fined and must pay restitution charges of over $54,000 for workers compensation violation. Learn more about workers compensation rights and how the violation occurred.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court clarified a recent ruling the voluntary rule as applied to workers’ compensation benefits. Learn more about the ruling results and what may mean for your workers compensation case.
For the second straight year the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance announced that insurance rates for workers compensation insurance has gone down. Learn more about this reduction rate and the savings it provides for employers.