It’s summer: time for carnivals, county fairs and amusement parks. However, a day that starts out with thrill seeking fun can end with deadly disaster in the event of an amusement park accident.
More than 1,000 amusement park injuries are reported each year, according to a
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The April 2016 death of 57-year-old iconic musician Prince was tragic and unexpected. Fans around the world were devastated. An unexpected death can bring more grief upon a family when the loved one leaves
A New Pennsylvania divorce law designed to make lifer for spousal abuse victims will go into effect next month. This law, unanimously passed by the Pennsylvania house, will alleviate certain obstacles that hinder an abused spouse from leaving an abusive partner who will not easily
According to the National Center for Victims of Crime , one in five girls and one in 20 boys is a victim of sexual abuse. However, Huffington Post reported that only six to eight percent of these cases are reported, making child sexual abuse one
A new Pennsylvania, law, if passed would allow provide more time for child victims of sexual abuse to file a sex abuse lawsuit.
Pennsylvania House Bill 1947 was recently approved and is on its way to the senate. If passed, this law would abolish the Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Representative Scott Petri is proposing a new adoption law that would ease the process for Pennsylvania couples looking to adopt and Pennsylvania children looking for a permanent home.
Petri testified last month before the House Children and Youth Committee on behalf of his proposed bill, House bill 1526.
In 2013, Pennsylvania State Representative Peter J. Daley proposed House Bill 1620, also known as the Responsible Franchise Practices Bill, which would be the first Pennsylvania franchise law.
The Responsible Franchise Practices Bill would provide the framework for fair, equitable and responsible franchise practices in Pennsylvania.
Young children commonly explore objects by putting them in their mouths-especially, when it looks or smells like their favorite treats. But appearances can be deceiving. Poisoning cases are on the rise for two adult products that attract children because of their appeal to the senses
April is national Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the perfect opportunity to shed some light on what many are now calling a “workplace epidemic.”
According to Business Insurance Quotes, transportation-related deaths accounted for more than 40%- and served as the leading cause- of workplace fatalities in
Employers are responsible for ensuring their employees adhere to the applicable federal agency regulations and federal, state and municipal laws, according to the National Safety Council. (NSC) This includes distracted driving laws.
Employees who cause an accident as a result of distracted driving may leave the