The Value of Taking Time Off This Summer

Whether you take a vacation or a short personal day – taking time off from work is a must! As Pennsylvania residents know all too well, break time is a must when summer rolls around! Unfortunately, Americans often forget to take a break, working long and hard hours every year without spending personal time with […]

Paula Robinson Named as 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer

Robinson Law LLC is pleased to announce that the attorney Paula Robinson has been named as a Pennsylvania 2021 Super Lawyer. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from over 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selections are made […]

Protecting Workers from Eye Injury in Pennsylvania

July is the Eye Injury Prevention Month in the United States. At Robinson Law, our mission this month is to raise awareness about the eye injury hazards at the workplace and highlight the need for employers and workers to use protective eyewear to prevent accidents. Incidence of Job-Related Eye Injuries Eye injuries are among the […]

Amazon’s Footprint on Pennsylvania’s Workforce

Amazon has rapidly increased its distribution footprint in the greater Philadelphia region over the last few years. The e-commerce giant currently has as many as 57 warehouses and buildings already operational or under construction across the region. In 2020, Amazon doubled down on its expansion plans for Philadelphia, and started hiring tens of thousands of […]

National Nurses Day


Every year, on the 6th of May, we celebrate National Nurses Day to recognize and honor the enormous contribution made by nurses in promoting public health.  The Role of Nurses in Healthcare Sector Nurses play an integral and irreplaceable role in the healthcare sector. From providing care to patients to assisting and coordinating with healthcare […]

Full Disclosure is Best Policy

When you are receiving Pennsylvania workers’ compensation benefits, your employer’s workers’ compensation carrier is entitled to find out if you are working during your receipt of workers’ compensation benefits or if you are receiving certain types of benefits. Pennsylvania workers’ compensation falls under the PA Department of Labor & Industry Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Pennsylvania […]

The Dangers of Shifting Job Responsibilities

In a highly demanding and market-driven business environment, many companies want to cut their costs of operations to remain competitive. As a result, companies may try to increase output while using a reduced workforce. The workers may face the pressure of new added job responsibilities that they may not be well-versed with. Worse still, the […]

Safety Concerns in Manufacturing in a “Post-Pandemic” World

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted almost every industry. From travel to hospitality to the manufacturing industry, each segment has faced massive disruption since the pandemic. With the government imposing nationwide lockdown, industries were forced to stop operations temporarily. While restrictions are being lifted off gradually, keeping the workers safe is still a significant challenge for […]

Construction & Utility

Did you know that there are over 100,000 different building and construction companies in PA? Construction isn’t just limited to residential and commercial building, but roads and even bridges as well. From wood framers, building repair carpenters, interior finish carpenters, painting contractors, bricklayers, roofers, electricians, to plumbers, road workers, equipment operators, and even inside workers, […]

Going Back to Work Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic caused thousands of businesses in Pennsylvania to temporarily shut down or operate at reduced capacity. Many of these businesses – particularly those in the yellow and green phases – are starting to reopen gradually, as the government has lifted its stay-at-home and business closure orders in many counties.  With businesses reopening, employers […]