Disfigurement and the Workers Compensation Act

A client came to see me not long ago with scarring on her hand from a work injury. Mercifully, she was back to work and without discomfort but she was left with some unsightly scarring on her hand. She asked if the law provides compensation for the disfigurement. In Pennsylvania only disfigurement of the head,…

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Injuries While Commuting to or from Work

I am often asked whether an injury sustained in an accident while commuting to or from work is compensable under the Workers Compensation Act. The answer is complicated. Very generally, injuries sustained while commuting to or from work ARE NOT covered under the Worker’s Compensation Act. So, if a person gets hurt in an accident…

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This is What Real Courage Looks Like

This is not a typical post for my Workers Compensation blog, but it shows real courage and loyalty on the part of 4 men. I recently represented the widow of a good man who died in a work related accident. He was an undocumented worker from Mexico. He was in the United States working in…

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Jeffrey A. Mills, Esquire Of It’s What We Do, Named As ‘Best Of Lancaster’ In The Worker’s Compensation Category

It’s What We Do (http://www.ItsWhatWeDo.com) is pleased to announce the selection by Susquehanna Style Magazine of Partner Jeffrey A. Mills, Esquire, as the Best of Lancaster Worker’s Compensation Lawyer. The annual Susquehanna Style Magazine Best of Lancaster Edition is published every December and includes the Select Lawyers of Lancaster 2016. The Susquehanna Valley’s 2016 Select…

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