Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Serving Lancaster County
Lancaster County is home to a variety of businesses whose employees frequently face some treacherous work conditions. Medical centers, manufacturing facilities, and various industrial jobs are central to Lancaster County’s economy. When workers suffer injuries in the course of doing their jobs, they have the right to seek workers’ compensation (WC) benefits.
The process involved with obtaining benefits can be quite complex, and many people allow themselves to be denied some or all of their benefits simply because they don’t know their rights. If you have been injured on the job, be sure that you have a Lancaster County workers’ compensation lawyer who knows the law and has the ability to protect your rights.
Strong Representation In Lancaster County Workers’ Comp Cases
At Marzzacco Niven & Associates, we’re raising a voice as we represent Lancaster County workers in all types of on-the-job injury claims. We also handle claims for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Historically, our founding attorney Katherine L. Niven served as a Workers’ Compensation Judge and as Chief Counsel for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Attorney Adam Crosier, who now leads our workers’ compensation department along with Attorney Jesse Rhodeside, is a certified specialist in workers’ compensation law.
We have experience handling claims for all types of benefits, including payments for the following:
- Medical care, including assistive medical equipment and medications.
- Amputations, loss of use of a body part, and disfigurement.
- Loss of wages.
- Fatal workplace accidents.
Turn to Us: Contact Us To Schedule A Free Consultation With An Attorney
From our primary office in Harrisburg, we represent clients throughout the state. We invite you to contact us to schedule a free initial consultation where you can get your questions answered and learn more about how we can help you. You can reach us by phone at 717-260-3580, toll free at 866-321-5340, or via email to get started.