Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

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How Do I Apply For Workers Compensation?

If you're injured on the job, you may need to make a claim for worker's compensation benefits. In a perfect world, where your employer does everything correctly, the claim should be automatic, but this is rarely the case. Your employer and the insurance company, responsible for paying your claim, will very rarely tell you everything...

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What Is Workers' Compensation Insurance?

Workers compensation insurance is a form of insurance designed to protect Pennsylvania employees who are injured on the job. All Pennsylvania employers are required by law to carry workers compensation insurance and if an employer does not carry the required level of workers compensation insurance they can actually be subject to criminal penalties. Workers compensation...

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Workplace Injuries in Scranton Likelier at High-Pressure Companies

When company culture is one of high-pressure to meet earning forecasts, workplace injuries are more likely. That's according to a new study published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, which cross-analyzed work injury data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration with information on how close they came to anticipated earning marks. What they...

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Scranton, PA Roofers, Waterproofers at Heightened Risk of Work Injury

Roofers and waterproofers work in the construction field and they perform physically demanding tasks which involving routine exposure to chemicals, toxic materials, the elements and heights. Employees within these professions face a substantial risk of workplace injury necessitating workers' compensation benefits. If a roofer gets hurt while performing any type of work tasks, it is...

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Scranton Workers Miss Work and Incur Costs from Musculoskeletal Disorders

When a construction worker develops a work-related musculoskeletal disorder (WMSD), the employee will miss an average of 13 days of work time, according to Fox News. In 1992, a construction worker who experienced a WMSD would miss just eight days of work time. This discrepancy suggests that on-the-job musculoskeletal injuries may be getting more severe...

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Office Locations



The O’Malley & Langan Building
201 Franklin Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503

p. 570-344-2667



9 North Main Street
Pittston, PA 18640

p. 570-883-1321



The O’Malley Langan Building
213 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848

p. 570-265-5800