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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 attorney Mark Buterbaugh settles a Harrisburg workers compensation case for $117,500. The worker suffered from a concussion on the job – learn more about how his case was won.
Are you aware of the interplay between a lump sum workers’ compensation settlement and social security disability benefits? Learn more about the complex connection between workers compensation and social security benefits today.
Can you re-open a Pennsylvania workers compensation claim? When injured workers return to work or get a new job and the injury returns, it’s important to know your workers compensation options and rights. Learn more today.
If you’re a federal employee that’s been injured on the job, it’s important to know what you must prove for federals workers compensation. Learn more about the specific details of federal workers compensation and how to win your case.
We have added a new Personal Injury area of law to our firm. Attorney Mark A. Buterbaugh has begun representing injured Federal Government employees in Federal Workers Compensation. Learn more about this new part of our firm.
There are six common work injuries that we see in our case load with warehousing type operations. Learn more about these different types of work injuries and about the workers compensation options that are available to you.
Health care employees at hospitals and nursing homes are the number one source for work related back and arm injuries. The Occupation Safety and Health Administration has launched a new program to address these frequent injuries. Learn more.
Dorney Park, an amusement park in Allentown, PA, has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for unsafe working conditions for employees. Learn more about how to protect your workers compensation benefits and rights.