Tag: Pennsylvania

What Can I Do If My Car Is Stolen?

Having your car stolen is a traumatic experience. You step out the door, and your car is simply gone – not there where you left it. Unfortunately, it happens every day to vehicle owners all over the U.S. The following is a checklist to prepare you in case that unhappy event ever happens to you. Check to Make Sure Your Car Has Actually Been Stolen... Read Article

Specialty Car of The Week – 1988 Chevy Corvette

Our Specialty Car of the Week is a sweet 1988 Chevy Corvette. It's in great condition and is black with a tan leather interior. Once the weather warms up you can remove the targa top and enjoy the sunshine! To see more classic cars our agency has insured, check out the gallery on our Classic Car Insurance page.... Read Article

Can Workers’ Comp Cover Injuries Developed Over Many Years?

Not all work-related injuries are caused by sudden accidents. Occupational diseases and cumulative trauma injuries can develop over time. Repetitive Stress Injuries If an employee is covered by workers’ compensation insurance, he or she should be entitled to receive compensation for repetitive stress injuries cause by overuse over a long period of time. Back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome are examples of this type of... Read Article

Safe Driving In Major Cities

While driving in a major city, you are likely to encounter traffic jams, bumper-to-bumper traffic, and large numbers of pedestrians and bicyclists. The following are safe driving tips to help smooth the way and reduce your risk of an accident. Avoid Driving During Rush Hour Peak rush hour traffic typically occurs from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Stay... Read Article

Will Workers’ Comp Cover Employee Negligence?

Workers’ compensation insurance is designed to provide benefits to injured workers and to protect employers from injury lawsuits brought by employees. It pays for medical care, partially replaces lost wages during recovery from work-related injuries, and covers vocational rehabilitation for workers when needed. Generally, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system that provides benefits for workers injured on the job, regardless of who was at fault.... Read Article