The report of an elderly New York woman who was killed by a dog she recently adopted, has served as a reminder of the potential risk and severity of dog bite injuries.
The 75-year old intended to return the Mastiff to the ASPCA because he was
On February 1, The Pennsylvania Senate voted 48 to 0 in favor of Senate Bill 261 which would extend the statute of limitations for child sex abuse victims, Philly Voice reported.
Under current law, child sex abuse victims can file a criminal lawsuit until 12 years
The National Academy for State Health Policy recently commissioned a report detailing Pennsylvania’s adverse event reporting system for medical malpractice events. Pennsylvania medical malpractice incidents are reported through a hospital adverse event reporting system. The Pennsylvania Adverse Event Reporting System (system) collects data on medical errors
The National Safety Council designates a whole month (April) to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and draw attention to the epidemic that it has become. It’s not enough to raise awareness amount young drivers. Society as a whole, including corporate America, must
The Pennsylvania Senate recently voted to approve an amendment that would restrict state regulators from implementing some of the regulations set forth in the Marcellus Shale industry known as Chapter 78a, reported StateImpact.
In June 2016, Governor Tom Wolf signed a bill scrapping conventional drilling guidelines
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
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
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
Roads will soon be safer for Philly bicyclists thanks to new state bill generated by City Council
The Pennsylvania General Assembly recently passed a bill introduced generated by City Council Members Bass and Mark Squilla in September 2015 that would authorize” municipalities to raise new revenues