Worker Killed at Amazon Warehouse in Carlisle
The Amazon facility in Carlise is being investigated after an employee was killed in the warehouse. Learn more about what you can do when the large company you work for skirts safety issues for lower operating costs.
How Long Does PA Workers Compensation Litigation Last?
When you are injured on the job and have no source of income, it’s important to know when you can expect your workers compensation. We’ll help break down the timeline so you can know what to expect.
Concussion Case Settles for $117,500 in Harrisburg
Mooney & Associates attorney Mark Buterbaugh settles a Harrisburg workers compensation case for $117,500. The worker suffered from a concussion on the job – learn more about how his case was won.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court strikes down IRE provision in Workers Comp
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down the Impairment Rating Evaluation (IRE) provisions as unconstitutional in it’s entirety. Learn more about what this could mean for your workers compensation case today.
Should I Accept Lump Sum Settlements?
When you’ve been offered a lump sum settlement in your workers compensation case, how do you know if it’s the right option for you? Learn more about how to decide if you should accept a lump sum settlement.
Pennsylvania Sets Workers Compensation Wage Rates
The PA Department of Labor has released the 2017 Average Weekly Wage chart with the new year wage loss rates. This chart determines what an injured worker receives for wage loss weekly benefits based on his/her average weekly wage earnings. Learn more.
Mooney & Associates Adds Federal Workers Compensation to its Areas of Law
We have added a new Personal Injury area of law to our firm. Attorney Mark A. Buterbaugh has begun representing injured Federal Government employees in Federal Workers Compensation. Learn more about this new part of our firm.
Offered a Workers Compensation Settlement? Now what?
So you’ve been offered a workers compensation settlement – do you know what to do next? It’s important to make sure you aren’t giving up any rights and that you’re getting a fair deal. Learn more about what to do when you’ve been offered a settlement.
Termination for Illegal Drug use Negates Workers’ Comp Benefits
Illegal drug use can have a profound impact on your ability to obtain workers compensation benefits. If you are on illegal drugs when hurt at work and if you are terminated for cause, it can have an affect on wage loss benefits. Learn more.