Category: Workplace Injury

Update: Fatigue and Benadryl Might Have Contributed to 2017 SEPTA Crash

It’s been nearly two years since the January 5, 2017, West Philadelphia trolley crash. Many people are still talking about the incident, especially in the wake of new findings about why the collision most likely occurred in the first place. As reported in a September 2018 Philly Voice piece, investigators are considering the role that […]

Night Shift Workers Face Many Dangers

Working third shift might seem like an ideal solution for numerous reasons. For instance, parents of young children often find it a worthwhile decision to take night shifts so they can spend time with their sons and daughters during the morning hours. Younger professionals may discover that being willing to work “graveyard” gives them a […]

PA Electrocution Accident Lawyer

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration lists electrocution as one of the “Fatal Four” – the four most deadly types of accidents in the construction industry. When OSHA investigates a power line-related electrocution, it usually finds that the accident occurred because of improper safety procedures. OSHA rules are intended to protect workers from dangers like […]

The product liability lawyers in Philadelphia at Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller, received a $2.4 Million products liability settlement for a worker who suffered a head injury. This worker suffered brain injuries as a result of a work accident that occurred in 1996. The Plaintiff who was injured had a defective lift fall 20 […]