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Cameron County

Cameron County was formed on March 29, 1860, from parts of Clinton, Elk, McKean, and Potter Counties.  The county was named in honor of the 19th-century politician, Simon Cameron, U.S. Senator, secretary of war, and ambassador, and its county seat is Emporium.  County residents made up the Bucktail Regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps during the American Civil War.  Lumbering was perhaps the county’s major industry in the 19th century, but manufacturing now reigns supreme today.

The county provides a wonderful setting for many forms of outdoor activities.  In spring and summer, tourists often enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, canoeing, camping, and viewing the eagles at Stevenson Dam.  Autumn marks the fantastic foliage and hunting seasons. And in winter, Cameron County, PA provides excellent snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, as well as other winter activities.

Pennsylvania lawyers practicing law in Cameron County, PA specialize in various niches of the law, including areas like bankruptcy law, employment law, personal injury law, immigration, family law, medical malpractice law, workers compensation law, and even criminal law.  Criminal law involves, logically enough, crimes committed by one party against another and are broken up into two subsets:  felonies and misdemeanors.  Felonies are larger offenses that typically result in harsher punishments.  Misdemeanors are smaller offenses that yield sentences that are not quite as harsh.  It is recommended that defendants retain one of the many experienced Pennsylvania lawyers practicing criminal law to represent them no matter which type of crime they have been accused of committing.

One common area of law for which Pennsylvania residents in Cameron County often need the assistance of a good Pennsylvania lawyer is that of workers compensation.  Pennsylvania law’s system of worker’s compensation (also known as workman’s comp) is compulsory and governed by the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act.  Employers must provide worker’s compensation insurance for their employees, whether they wish to or not.  This type of insurance can be obtained via a competitive state fund, a private insurance carrier, or employers can choose to self-insure.  Waivers, however, are not allowed–even if the employee is fully willing to sign such a waiver.

The purpose of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act is to protect employees who are injured while working and have incurred medical costs and/or lost wages because of those injuries.  This Pennsylvania law also serves to protect employers against employee lawsuits since generally an employee receiving workers’ compensation benefits cannot sue his or her employer for injuries suffered on the job.  Certain exceptions do apply, however, such as when the actions of an employer are intentional or reckless.

Cameron County is one of the least populous counties in the state.  Pennsylvania law provides for four types of incorporated municipalities:  cities, boroughs, townships, and, rarer cases, towns.  Below are listed the cities, boroughs and townships located in Cameron County:



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