Death Rates of the Most Dangerous Jobs

Pennsylvania employees who work outdoors may be performing some of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. According to the 2014 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries that was recently updated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the most dangerous civilian jobs are logging and fishing. Though loggers had fewer deaths in 2014 than many […]

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IIDs Could Be Forced on People After a First DUI

People who are stopped and arrested for drunk driving in Pennsylvania have every reason to feel scared and unsure of what to expect. Despite the social stereotype that anyone arrested for a DUI is irresponsible or a serious alcoholic, this sort of situation happens to very responsible people all the time. Professional people who may […]

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Auto Insurance and Self-Driving Cars

The insurance industry in Pennsylvania and across the country may well feel that it is under existential threat. Self-driving cars are very close to being available to the public, and they bring with them the promise of fewer automobile accidents. Self-driving vehicles have stellar safety characteristics so far, with absolutely no fatality or injury accidents […]

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On-the-Job Accident Risks Continue to Be High for Workers

Workers in Pennsylvania and elsewhere throughout the United States should be concerned about their safety based upon statistics released by the Department of Labor. The number of workers killed in an on-the-job accident rose in 2014 to 4,679. This was an increase of 2 percent from the previous year. The data for individuals injured at […]

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Can I Have My Criminal Conviction Expunged?

If you have been arrested for a criminal offense in Philadelphia or other parts of Pennsylvania, you may be interested in having this history removed from your record. Such information can show up on background checks and inhibit your ability to get a job, a place to live and more even if it is decades […]

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