Posts Tagged 'personal injury'



Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base

From 1957 through 1987, the drinking water at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base in North Carolina was contaminated with poisonous chemicals. Millions of marines have been impacted by this water contamination. United States Marine Corps (USMC) service members and their families living at the base bathed in and ingested tap water that was contaminated with […]

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80-vehicle pileup in Pennsylvania caused by snow squall

We urge anyone who was involved in this accident to contact our office immediately to protect your rights. Having a good car accident attorney on your side is essential to making sure your medical bills, lost wages, and any other damages are covered. Recently, there was a major crash on Interstate 81 near Minersville, Pennsylvania. […]

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The Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

There are numerous benefits to hiring a personal injury attorney. When individuals are injured and unable to manage their claims by themselves or are in need of additional assistance, attorneys will be able to help. At O’Connor Law, we have personal injury attorneys that have years of expertise in the practice area. To receive a […]

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Working during the Holiday Season

One of the busiest times of the year for manufacturers and warehouse workers is around the holidays. In addition to the pandemic, employees have been working around the clock to keep up with online shopping and shipment orders. This year, the United States Postal Service (USPS) estimates that there will be about 750 million packages […]

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Gilberton Seeks Compensation from PennDOT

Last month, Schuylkill County and the surrounding areas experienced an unusual and plentiful amount of rain; however, one small borough received a little more than most. With a population of just over 700 people, the main street of Gilberton was transformed into a river of eight feet of water. Since the water levels were progressively […]

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