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Is Pennsylvania a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

All drivers require a certain amount of car insurance coverage before heading out on to the streets. But, some states make it more complicated than others. Due to their full tort and limited tort insurance policies, Pennsylvania has complex laws regarding who is considered at fault for an accident. This article breaks down the question, “Is Pennsylvania a no-fault state for car accidents?” and when’s the right time to pursue a meeting with a Pennsylvania injury lawyer.

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When Are Employers Liable Under California Heat Stroke Law?

California heat stroke law requires companies to ensure that employees working outside have access to adequate shade and water when temperatures exceed 80°F (with additional measures and protections for temperatures of 95°F and above) through CIV § 3395, the Cal/OSHA Heat Illness Prevention Standard. Unfortunately, not all companies follow these essential rules.

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Can Your Employer Require a COVID Vaccine?

With more than 60% of the adult population in the United States considered fully vaccinated from COVID-19, many companies are now calling for their employees to return to the office from remote working. However, many people across the country are still hesitant to get the vaccine. This leaves employees in a tough place when working for companies with a COVID vaccine mandate. It begs the question: Can your employer require a COVID vaccine?

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