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Collectively...the Blog

No Notice of Compensation Payable, No Protection Under Workers’ Compensation
By Marianne H. Saylor If you get injured at work, your injury is not legally covered under workers’ compensation unless you receive a Notice of Compensation Payable. Injured workers are required to report an injury to their employer within 120 days after the injury. It is best to report the injury as soon as a...

Changes to Pennsylvania Law Concerning Notaries Public Coming Soon
By: Alaine S. Williams Virtually every union, health and welfare fund, and pension fund that maintains offices in Pennsylvania has designated at least one officer or employee to obtain a commission from the Secretary of State to be a notary public. Major changes to the notary law go into effect on October 26, 2017 and...

PA Supreme Court Rules Impairment Rating Evaluations Unconstitutional
By: Marianne Henry Saylor Injured workers obtained a significant win before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court this week when the court ruled that a section of the PA Workers’ Compensation Act was unconstitutional. The section had allowed employers and insurance companies to stop wage loss benefits to the most injured workers who were still on workers’...

 
 
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