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January 2017 Archives

When can employees get workers' comp for PTSD?

The question recently came to light in a newsworthy case involving two Microsoft employees. The employees sought workers' comp for PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) after serving on the company's "Online Safety" team, where they were required to view horrific images and videos involving abuse, rape, murder and child pornography for purposes of removing the content and reporting it to law enforcement. Microsoft has challenged their claim on grounds that PTSD isn't an occupational illness under these circumstances.

Dram shop laws and liability in Pennsylvania

It is common knowledge that consuming alcohol lowers inhibitions while simultaneously degrading a person's ability to exercise sound judgment. It is also well known that the combination of those two factors often results in injuries and/or damage. However, less well known is the fact that the liability for injuries and damages may not fall on the individual who drunkenly cause them.

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