Existing benefits being challenged? It is routinely a difficult battle for an injured worker already receiving benefits to defend against a sudden challenge that he or she is not entitled to those benefits. Not working with an experienced and assertive attorney can seriously compromise your ability to get the benefits you are entitled to. We are attentive to the needs of our clients throughout the process, taking the time to answer their questions and make sure they understand their rights at every stage.

You Can Afford A Work Injury Lawyer

We take cases on a contingent fee basis, which means that you don't pay unless and until you get proper and just compensation for your work-related injuries. You are more likely to get the benefits you deserve if you have an experienced lawyer working on your behalf. You can't afford not to hire Jeffrey S. Gross.

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Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation with an experienced Philadelphia workers' compensation lawyer.

*Jeffrey S. Gross is certified as a specialist in the practice of Workers' Compensation Law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Section on Workers' Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

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Injured on the job? Existing benefits being challenged? Call 215-720-1091 or toll free 800-640-9424 for a free, confidential consultation.

Are you an attorney who wants to make sure your client is in good hands? We gladly accept and pay workers' compensation referrals.

Injured at work? Chances are you have been told that you don't really need a lawyer to get compensation benefits. Unfortunately, relying on your employer to do the right thing could mean not receiving the full benefits you deserve or being forced to go back to work before you are ready.