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Understanding the Law when Hurt at Work

LogoWhen a person gets hurt at work there are certain things that must be done soon after to make sure that the law works in that person’s favor. Workers’ compensation exists just for this reason, so if one does get hurt at work then coverage for medical expenses will be covered, if it is reasonable, necessary, and related to the accepted work injury. It is the injured worker’s responsibility to report the injury and ensure that the employer knows what happened and that it actually occurred at work.

Robinson Law LLC Opens Quakertown Workers' Compensation Attorney Office

LogoRobinson Law LLC, has opened up a new office located at 415 W Broad Street in Quakertown, PA. Making this the fifth location, it is used primarily for appointments only. Paula Robinson, Esq., founder of Robinson Law, has been practicing for over 26 years in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Robinson focuses on workers’ compensation and social security disability cases for those individuals who don’t have a voice and need the extra help. Robinson Law’s main office is conveniently located in The Robinson Building on West Swamp Road in Doylestown, PA.

National Safety Council Releases 2014 U.S. Injury and Fatality Statistics

LogoThe National Safety Council has been in operation since 1913. The mission has always been the same: to work with businesses, the public, and government to help prevent deaths and injuries in the workplace, on the road, and within the community by providing research and educational materials on preventable accidents.

12 Most Dangerous Jobs in America in 2014

LogoBored at work? These workers sure aren’t. Introducing the 12 most dangerous jobs in America in 2014.

Maximize Results on Workers' Compensation Claims with Paula Robinson Serving Allentown & Eastern Pennsylvania

LogoPaula Robinson demonstrates success working to protect the rights of injured workers across Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has a long and proud working class history and was among the first states to prioritize the rights and protection of blue collar class workers when working on industrial lines and in manufacturing. The ability to provide for oneself and the motivation to put in a honest day's work is at the root of the American Dream and Paula Robinson is committed to protecting workers when something goes wrong and that opportunity is taken away unjustly.