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How Can Warehouse Workers Stay Safe?

One of the jobs that have high rates of work-related injuries in Pennsylvania is the warehouse worker. There are hundreds of work injuries in warehouses throughout the state every year. Warehouses can be dangerous because of the vast number of moving parts throughout the work environment, with workers everywhere, conveyor belts moving product, and forklifts… Read More


Is Driving around the Holidays More Dangerous?

The holiday season tends to be the time of year when motorists are most distracted behind the wheel. In terms of fatalities, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and the Fourth of July are consistently the deadliest driving days of the year. However, with the dynamic of winter weather, holiday driving is especially dangerous. Typically, the days… Read More


How Can Workers at Big Box Stores Become Injured? 

In the past, big box store employees have been injured on the job while performing various acts of manual labor. For example, accidents have been reported when employees have hurt their backs while loading boxes, which is common for warehouse workers. Although these are routine tasks, there have been instances in which workers have pulled… Read More


Are Car Accidents More Fatal to Women?

Statistically speaking, women have a greater chance of dying in a car accident than men. This is an odd fact given that men are the cause of vehicle accidents much more than women. There are many potential factors for the higher rates of death for women in car or truck collisions. For many years, there… Read More


What Are the Consequences of a Gray Divorce?

The rate of divorce continues to rise each year. One demographic that has seen a particularly sharp increase in the divorce rate is that of older couples. The term gray divorce was developed by AARP to signify adults older than 50 who are in the process of separating. There are many factors causing the rates… Read More