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A workplace accident deserves adequate compensation

On Behalf of | Mar 11, 2015 | Workplace Accidents

Residents of Dauphin may know that Pennsylvania laws require employers and insurance companies to pay workers compensation to a worker who has been injured in a work-related injury that requires medical attention and who is subsequently unable to work. In the event of a denial of workers compensation benefits, a worker could seek legal action against an employer or insurance company.

Our law firm has been fighting for the rights of injured workers for years. Regardless of the type of workers compensation issue a worker is facing, our lawyers are ready to protect the best interests of a worker in a workplace injury situation. We work closely with our clients and guide them to attempt to identify the best possible available options in order to successfully win the worker’s compensation claims. Our team of skilled lawyers includes our firm’s leading lawyer, who has served as a workers compensation judge and was responsible for the implementation of workers compensation laws in Pennsylvania. She has also drafted legislation aimed at better protection for injured workers in Pennsylvania.

She has handled thousands of workers compensation claim cases as a judge and knows what strategies are required for successfully handling a workers compensation case. The purpose behind establishing a law firm after being a workers compensation judge for many years was to help and provide quality service to workers injured on the job and to help those workers who are unable to work resulting from workplace accidents or work-related injuries.

We handle more than 300 workers compensation cases each year and we have been able to obtain compensation through trial or settlement in more than 98 percent of those cases. Our leading lawyer puts all the experience she gained during the period she was a workers compensation judge into each case to attempt to ensure the best possible results for our clients. Our law firm works on contingency basis and does not take any fee from our injured worker clients until we are successful in obtaining compensation for them.


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