Two managers at a Bucks County nursing home were charged for failing to report three separate instances of sexual abuse committed by a resident against other residents.
After a Philadelphia bouncer is charged with murder, a closer look is taken at brute force from nightclub security officers.
The spring season brings construction work to Pennsylvania roadways...and almost constant danger for workers.
The majority of long-haul trucks may soon be self-driving, with 18-wheelers in development and smaller self-driving trucks already on U.S. roadways.
A new study took a deeper look at the severity of the psychological morbidity of adults with traumatic spinal cord injuries.
A Tennessee nurse was convicted of gross neglect of an impaired adult and negligent homicide for administering a fatal dose of medication to a patient.
A new study revealed that vaginal birth after a Caesarean section face increased risks of injury.
Reports from both the U.S. Department of Transportation and PennDOT show an alarming trend.
A recent report detailed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted availability and wait times for emergency services.
A new scientific study sought to identify the frequency and cause of misdiagnosis and missed diagnoses.
Two recent industry reports tallied aviation crash figures from last year and offered comparisons to prepandemic data.
A research group recently released its annual list of technology hazards that can potentially put patients in danger.
The escalation of crime in Philadelphia has many people concerned for their safety, especially in places where crime is more prone to happen.
If unsafe conditions on someone's property cause an accident, what kinds of injuries can be classified as harm by "premises liability?"
When you’re injured by a product because it did not work as it was designed or promised, you may have the basis of a product liability lawsuit, particularly if it falls into one of these categories...