${site.data.firmName} ${site.data.firmName}
Free Consultation No recovery - No Fee
215-822-7575 / 800-358-9367
Practice Areas

Workplace Injuries Archives

Woman appeals workplace injury claim for new trial, judge denies

Lawsuits can be extremely complicated. This is why attorneys are often best suited to handling the matters. A prime example of this is a recent attempt by a worker who was injured while on the premises of her employer. Her on-the-job accident resulted in serious injuries that required medical care and surgery but the courts did not side with her claim.

Pennsylvania mining company has three fatalities in four months

The dangers of the coal mining industry have been underscored by a number of deaths that have occurred in recent months. According to reports, workplace accidents have killed three workers for a Pennsylvania-based energy company in the past four months. Workers for other companies have also been killed, making this year a fatal one for coal miners.

OSHA issues new citations to painting company

A subcontractor for PennDOT is in hot water after the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently proposed new fines against the entity. The company works for the state Department of Transportation, performing bridge maintenance in the form of painting. Panthera Painting Inc. is based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Citations are often issued to companies that leave their workers exposed to heightened risks of workplace injury.

State sees decline in number of workplace deaths

Many workers in Pennsylvania consider the possibility of being injured on the job. Workplace accidents happen quite often and can be out of the victim's control. And while injuries are a legitimate concern, a more serious worry is the potential that an on-the-job injury could result in a fatality. The number of workplace fatalities seen in 2011 is addressed in a recent report published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a division of the federal Department of Labor.

Working father killed after fall in water tower

A water tower in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, was the site of a recent incident. The tragic workplace accident resulted in the death of a 31-year-old man from Jacobus, Pennsylvania. According to reports, he and two other workers were inside of an empty water tower when the 31-year-old fell to his death. Another employee-a 38-year-old from New Jersey-was suspended by his safety harness for more than three hours during the ordeal. The third employee was not injured in the incident.

Woman denied benefits after complications due to workplace injury

What happens when a worker from Pennsylvania is injured on the job, returns after receiving compensation and eventually becomes unable to work due to complications associated with the original injury? According to a recent ruling in another state, that person is ineligible to receive workers' compensation benefits, even though the person's inability to work was related to a previous workplace accident.

Bus driver barred from underinsured motorist benefits

According to some, the most common cause for a workplace injury is a motor vehicle accident. Many people drive vehicles for work in Pennsylvania and in one case, a man was denied the insurance benefits for an underinsured motorist under his personal coverage while he was driving a bus for the Berks Area Reading Transit Authority.

Widow sues manufacturers of chemical for deceased worker

The widow of a man who spent three decades working at a print shop in York, Pennsylvania, has filed a suit against the manufacturers of chemicals that she believes caused him to develop conditions that led to his untimely death. The man's long-term development of a fatal workplace injury was caused by his exposure to solvents containing benzene, according to the suit.

Gregory R. Gifford
  • RGS&G Firm News

    "Matthew Taylor Wilkov, Esquire, Graduates from U.S. Army War College"
    LANSDALE – Gregory Gifford, managing partner of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C. says the firm is honored to have a U.S. Army War College graduate among its ranks.Read more...

  • Super Lawyers | Rising Stars
  • National board of legal speciality certification
  • American college of trial lawyers
  • National board of trial advocacy | EST 1977
  • 2013 | Subarbanlife | Awesome Attorneys
  • PennSuburban | Chamber of commerce

Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford has been a member of the local Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce (previously known as North Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce) for more than 25 years.

You Have Questions? We Have Answers. Fill out the form and an attorney will be in touch with you shortly.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

start now. send your request