Menu

Free Consultation! 888-807-9675

Contact Us!

Contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation!

The Latest Philly Headlines About Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

We've pulled some of the most important Pennsylvania headlines into our news section so you can see how people like you are handling their injuries across the state.

4/19/2013: Icy Conditions Cause SUV to Plummet 65 Feet Off Pennsylvania Turnpike

Police are calling the survival of a 41-year-old Reading woman a miracle after her SUV plummeted 65 feet. The accident […]

4/14/2013: 2013 Changes in Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Debit Card Payment Program

Pennsylvanians collecting workers’ compensation benefits via the State Debit Card Payment Program will see an increase in no-fee ATMs and […]

4/7/2013: Philadelphia Auto Accident Injures Eight and Closes I-76

Historically known for being dangerous, the Conshohocken Curve on Interstate 76 just outside of Philadelphia was the location of another […]

3/29/2013: Philadelphia Social Security Disability Payments Going Paperless

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced it will be switching over from paper checks to electronic payment options by […]

Category: Social Security
3/29/2013: Pennsylvania Workplace Deaths Drops 16 Percent

There are many professions in which employees incur injuries or death. However, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pennsylvania […]

3/29/2013: Malvern Man Killed in Chester County Pedestrian Accident on Route 23

A fatal pedestrian accident in Chester County took place Saturday, January 12, 2013, on Route 23 near Route 724. This […]

3/28/2013: Several Overnight Philly Crashes Leave One Dead, Multiple Injured

During the overnight hours between Friday night and Saturday morning, January 12, 2013, three separate motor vehicle accidents in Philadelphia […]

3/28/2013: Jeep Drifts Into Opposing Traffic Causing Berks County Head-On Crash

On the first Monday of the New Year, a serious head-on crash occurred in Maxatawny Township on Route 222. The […]

12/9/2012: Hours Cut at Pittsburgh Social Security Office

In an attempt to save money, the Social Security Administration has announced a plan to reduce hours of operation at […]

Category: Social Security
12/9/2012: Dirty Dozens Trumpeter Bitten By Dog

A dog at an Atlanta motel has attacked Efrem Towns, the trumpet player for the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Towns […]

Category: Dog Bites
11/17/2012: Proposed Coney Island Boardwalk Could Cause Slip and Fall Accidents

A recent article in the New York Daily News discussed the city’s plan to make over the Coney Island Boardwalk […]

Category: Slip and Fall
11/17/2012: New Law to Protect Firefighters May Raise Insurance Premiums

On July 7, 2011, a new law called the Firefighter Cancer Prevention Act took effect in Pennsylvania, allowing firefighters to […]

11/17/2012: New Driving Law in Pennsylvania Targets Paying Restitution

A new law (formerly known as HB 1617) has been passed in Pennsylvania and will take effect in early January […]