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March 2016 Archives

Employers may check social media after injury claims

Pennsylvania employers are sometimes concerned that their employees are filing fraudulent workers' compensation claims. Some fraud does take place, and the National Insurance Crime Bureau estimates that this kind of fraud costs more $7.2 billion annually around the country. To combat this, some employers use surveillance and other investigation tactics to verify claims.

Construction crane safety concerns

Residents of large cities in Pennsylvania rarely have the time to look up and consider the huge cranes sitting perched atop high-rise construction projects. These cranes weigh an enormous amount and operate throughout the day above busy urban streets, and they can cause catastrophic damage when things go wrong. A crane accident in New York City claimed nine lives in 2008, and questions have been raised about the certification and training requirements for crane operators.

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