Personal Injury in September 2019

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  • OxyContin Lawsuits

    In September 2019, Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy in White Plains, NY, in an effort to short-circuit outstanding lawsuits involving the painkiller OxyContin. The lawsuits focus on the company̵ ... Read more

  • Occupational Illness Claims

    When employees think of workplace injuries, acute injuries such as those caused by an accident, fall or mechanical hazard often come first to mind. But occupational illness or disease that develops ov ... Read more

  • Why Can’t I See My Own Doctor?

    A common question our Philadelphia workers’ compensation lawyers receive is, “Why can’t I see my own doctor?” The answer is that workers are not prohibited from seeing their ow ... Read more

  • OSHA Fines for Retaliation

    A Montgomeryville company must pay $1,047,399 in lost wages and punitive damages for violating the retaliation provision of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act). The punitive damage award ... Read more

  • Building Better Work Habits

    Most adults of working age spend a significant amount of their daily life in a work environment. Work brings with it the goals of financial security, advancing in one’s career, and being able to ... Read more

  • Workers Sick Due to Coal Ash

    Coal ash is the result of burned coal and is mostly located near coal-fired electric power plants. Coal ash can seep into ponds, where it can contaminate the local water supply if civilians receive th ... Read more

  • Do Uber and Lift Drive Up Highway Deaths?

    The conventional wisdom of rideshare services like Uber and Lyft is that they reduce deaths on our roads. People now hire a rideshare car after drinking alcohol. Before you could summon a car at the t ... Read more

  • Why Can’t I See My Own Doctor?

    Why Can’t I See My Own Doctor?Reading Workers’ Compensation Lawyers answer the question, “Why can’t I see my own doctor?”A common question our Philadelphia workers’ ... Read more

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