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Read blogs on a variety of legal subject matters written by the experienced, passionate attorneys of Mooney & Associates.
Mooney Atty Mark Buterbaugh helps a local woman receive the compensation she deserved after needing knee surgery despite her employers attempts to deny it.
Let Mooney & Associates Attorney Mark Buterbaugh help you understand 7 of the most commonly misunderstood or mistaken myths when it comes to PA Workers Compensation Law.
With 2018 on the horizon, insurance carriers are tying up loose ends before the new year. This can lead to settlements to claims that aren’t ready to be settled, carried out in the name of convenience. Read on for advice that will help you decide what’s right for you.
Mooney & Associates is pleased to announce of the opening of our 14th law office in Greencastle, PA. The location will offer legal serivices for personal injury, criminal defense, family law, business law, and more.
If you’ve been injured on the job and are out of work, your workers compensation check is important to the financial stability of your family. Do you know when you can expect your check? Read more to find out.
When you’ve decided you want a workers compensation settlement, it’s important to what comes next. We help you understand what are some realistic settlement expectations so you can make the right choices for you and your family.
At Mooney & Associates we are proud and grateful for the service our military veterans have provided this great nation. We offer military veterans an array of discounts on legal services when using our law firm. Learn more about the options available to you.
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.