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An outline of workers' compensation benefits

Whether Pennsylvania employees work in an office or construction site, there is the chance they could experience an on-the-job accident,. That is where the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act comes into place. Most employees who suffer a workplace injury or illness are entitled to file for workers' compensation benefits, which cover their heath care costs, such as medication, medical supplies, hospitalization and other medical treatment necessary for their recovery.

Work injuries can happy at any job in Pennsylvania

While many people associate work injuries with construction sites or manufacturing plants, the reality is that employees can be hurt at any job. Even production sets for TV and movies can be dangerous for workers. Data shows that the number of major on-set accidents reported to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have increased in the last few years. Additionally, many believe that incidents aren't always being reported, so the problem may be worse than it seems.

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