December 12, 2016

By: Edward Jaffee Abes A final decision of a Judge is not final. Decisions can be appealed. In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation cases, the following can be appealed: 1. the workers’ compensation judge’s decision was not in conformity with the terms …

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November 25, 2016

By: Sandra Weigel Kokal In an earlier blog, it was discussed that the “Bunkhouse Rule” from 1924 was revived in a 2014 workers’ compensation case. The “bunkhouse rule” provides that, if an employee is required to live on the employer’s …

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October 25, 2016

By: Roger D. Horgan First responders like police, fire, and EMS crew’s respond to emergencies, so do ordinary citizens, often at great personal risk. What happens when these first responders are injured? Typically, their remedies are limited to workers compensation …

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