Pennsylvania Releases 2020 Average Weekly Wage Rates for Workers Comp
Each year, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry Bureau of Workers Compensation releases the new state wide Average Weekly Wage (AWW) chart for Pennsylvania Workers Compensation. The Bureau has released the 2020 rates. The average weekly wage is an important calculation that establishes your…
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.
OSHA to Crack Down on Hospitals and Nursing Homes on Work Injuries
Health care employees at hospitals and nursing homes are the number one source for work related back and arm injuries. The Occupation Safety and Health Administration has launched a new program to address these frequent injuries. Learn more.
What Does a Notice of Ability to Return to Work Mean for Me?
Do you know what happens when you’ve been injured at work and receive a Notice of Ability Return to Work? Learn more about why you may be receiving this notice and what your should do upon receiving it to protect your right to benefits.
PA Workers Comp: Average Weekly Wage Adjustments for 2013
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry in early January published the new average weekly wage rates for 2013. Learn more about the rate that dictates your actual compensation rate if you are out of work due to an injury.
Hearing Location Change for Shippensburg Approved!
Mooney & Associates recently went to bat for injured workers in Shippensburg, PA and recently succeeded. The PA Department of Labor & Industry has approved our request to have Shippensurg compensation claims are heard in the Chambersburg hearing location.
Must I Treat with a Company Doctor for my Work Injury?
Many of our clients that have been injured on the job are unsure if they are required to treat with a company doctor. Learn more about the statue regarding panel doctors and what is legally required of you in during the workers compensation process.
When to Hire a Workers Comp Attorney in Pennsylvania
Not having a workers’ compensation attorney can inflict potentially irreversible damage to your workers compensation claim. Find out when is the right time to hire a workers’s compensation lawyer after you’ve been hurt on the job. Learn more.
What Types of Workers’ Compensation Settlements are There?
Do you know what type of workers’ compensation settlement is the right option for you? We’ll explain the three main types of compromise and release agreements for settingling your workers’ compensation claim.