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When Does a Workers Comp Claim Require a Lawyer?

Workers compensation exists to compensate workers for injuries they receive on the job, both in terms of payment for medical care and in pay for missed work due to the injury. There may be additional compensation for particular injuries, such as to hands, feet, hearing, sight or visible areas of the body. However, employers often deny claims of workers compensation. In such cases, you need the services of a Lancaster workers compensation attorney if you are to have hope of prevailing.

Who Is Liable for a Defective Product?

It seems obvious. If youve been harmed by a defective product, you deserve to be compensated. Otherwise, how can any of us trust in the things we buy? In Pennsylvania, however, it is unclear who is liable and in what circumstances when a product turns on its user. This is one of the most tangled areas of Pennsylvania law, and any effort to recover damages from a defective product requires the help of a Lancaster product liability lawyer.

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