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Berger and Green
Berger and Green is a Pennsylvania law firm representing injured and disabled people in Personal Injury claims and Social Security Disability claims.
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When an injury is so severe that it changes a person’s life, the claim deserves to be handled in a way that will provide adequate compensation.
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Berger and Green Dec 2
Since most holiday shopping may be done online this year, it is important to know how to determine if a toy is safe for a child.
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Berger and Green Dec 1
Berger and Green is sponsoring special Christmas t-shirts featuring Mikey and Big Bob that will be available online to purchase. All proceeds will be donated to Toys for Tots.
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Berger and Green Nov 25
Thanksgiving, and the days surrounding the holiday, are some of the most dangerous days for driving. A little planning can make all the difference. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
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Berger and Green Nov 24
The Assigned Claims Plan is an avenue of recovering for those who are involved in a Pennsylvania auto accident and there is no insurance coverage available to them.
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Berger and Green Nov 20
Workers’ Compensation protects employees and employers in the event of a work-related accident. In the unfortunate event of an accident at work, it is important to know your rights.
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Berger and Green Nov 19
Thanksgiving is almost here and that means a lot of time will be spent in and near the kitchen. Safety in the kitchen is always important, especially on Thanksgiving.
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Berger and Green Nov 18
It is a property owner’s responsibility to keep their premises safe at all times. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may have a lot of questions as to what your rights are.
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Berger and Green Nov 17
When you are receiving SSD or SSI benefits, it is your responsibility to report any changes in your lifestyle or income to the Social Security Administration (SSA.) Not doing so could result in an over-payment that must be repaid.
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Berger and Green Nov 13
After an accident, you have the right to file a claim for your injuries. In this blog, we will discuss what you can expect when you file a personal injury claim.
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Berger and Green Nov 12
Living with a disability is difficult, managing through the process of obtaining disability benefits should not be. Read on for more information on what you can expect at your SSD hearing and how you can prepare.
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Berger and Green Nov 11
Workers’ Compensation was created to protect employees and employers in the event of a work-related accident. But what about an illness like COVID-19?
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Berger and Green Nov 10
Losing an hour of daylight can have a significant impact on your daily routines. Here are a few safety tips for motorists and pedestrians to follow.
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Berger and Green Oct 30
Halloween may look a little different this year, but the risks for pedestrians and drivers remain the same. To help ensure everyone has a safe Halloween, here are a few safety tips to follow.
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Berger and Green Oct 29
The maximum rate of workers’ compensation benefits that an injured worker can receive does increase annually.
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Berger and Green Oct 28
A Cost-of-Living Adjustment is set in place for 2021. See what this means for your Social Security Benefits.
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Berger and Green Oct 22
Any injury can be tragic, but the tragic nature of an injury can be magnified when the victim of an accident is a young person.
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Berger and Green Oct 20
If you were injured on the job and are receiving workers’ compensation benefits, it may be possible to receive a lump sum payment settlement from your employer’s insurance carrier.
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Berger and Green Oct 19
In Pennsylvania, you have the option to select either full tort or limited tort on your auto insurance policy. Choosing full or limited tort is one of the most important decisions you can make when selecting an automobile insurance policy.
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Berger and Green Oct 16
When a claim is denied at the reconsideration level and an appeal is filed, the claim is then transferred to an OHO office. In this blog post we will discuss the Pittsburgh Office of Hearings Operations.
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