You may or may not know that there is a growing pool of workers who belong to something called the gig economy in Pennsylvania. These workers are freelancers who work on contract and are not employed by a specific company.
Pennsylvania residents may find they need benefits from the Social Security Administration. When an injury or illness leaves you unable to support yourself, you may want to seek help from this prepaid government fund.
The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act requires nearly every employer to carry workers’ compensation insurance. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, it is mandatory for your employer to insure workers’ compensation if it employs at least one worker.
When Pennsylvania residents apply for Social Security disability benefits, there are many details to be aware of. Even the smallest mistake can lead to a delay or even denial of benefits that are deserved.
Employees in Pennsylvania who injure themselves while on the job may wonder how they will pay for medical care as well as missed time from work. Fortunately, most employers carry workers’ compensation insurance, and this helps cover job-related accidents.
Workers’ compensation is great protection for employees in Pennsylvania. If you get injured on the job, then this insurance helps to pay for your medical care and may also offer you wages while you are off work during your recovery.
Each year, Pennsylvanians are either injured on the job or develop work-related diseases from their employment, necessitating appeals for workers’ compensation. A type of insurance policy designed to dispense medical benefits and cover missed paychecks, workers’ compensation is one of the most important parts of an employee’s protection plans.
You have probably heard about workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania. Perhaps someone you work with was injured during the work day and made a workers’ compensation claim, or maybe you have made a claim.