Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Warehouses can be particularly dangerous work environments when compared to others. It’s not uncommon for warehouse workers to be injured due to falls, slips, accidents involving equipment failure, and numerous other potential causes. Pennsylvania law requires most employers to purchase workers’ compensation insurance. Thus, if you’re a warehouse worker in Philadelphia or the surrounding areas,…

Workers’ compensation is a growing area of concern for many people as the country undergoes drastic changes to culture and employment. One story that has caught the attention of many is the recent report that unravels the events leading up to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) investigation at the City Center construction site…

It happened on a hot July night last summer. On a construction site in the University City section of Philadelphia, a 55-year-old engineer named Kirankumar Mistry came to inspect the foundation for a pedestrian bridge project when a drilling rig toppled over and crushed him. The drilling company has been in operation since 1955, and…

Handling Workers’ Compensation Claims for More Than Two Decades Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (August 31, 2021) – Philadelphia-based Gross & Kenny, LLP is proud to announce that two of our outstanding attorneys have been recognized by Best Lawyers for their professionalism and success in workers’ compensation law. Attorney Jeffrey S. Gross has been named “Lawyer of the…

You may have just been hired for your first job out of college … Congrats! To take that a step further, we want you to be aware of your rights, and the compensation benefits that are required to be provided by your employer in case you are injured while working. A recent report revealed that…

Workplace injuries can happen in any industry. In fact, information available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows us that there were around 2.8 million non-fatal workplace injuries or illnesses reported during the latest year of data across the United States. However, we want to discuss an industry that has received increased scrutiny concerning workplace…

Our society tends to promote the notion that working hard can be noble and even heroic. However, scientific research shows that putting in too many hours can lead to cardiovascular strain. As one North American study indicated, employees who put in 40 or more hours on a regular basis increased their risk of hypertension by…

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