Since 1991, lead attorney Jeffrey S. Gross has guided injured clients through Pennsylvania's complex workers' compensation system, helping them secure the benefits to which they are entitled. He is a certified workers' compensation specialist* who devotes all of his firm's resources to practicing exclusively in workers' compensation law.
Protecting Existing Benefits
Sometimes we must defend against challenges alleging that someone should no longer receive workers' compensation benefits, even though he or she is clearly reliant on them to get by. If this occurs, it is vital to have an experienced attorney on your side. At our firm, we understand what medical proof you will need to ensure your benefits continue until you truly no longer need them, and we will always be available to answer any questions you might have.
Injured on the job? Existing benefits being challenged? Call 215-720-1091 or toll free 800-640-9424 for a free, confidential consultation with a Philadelphia workers' compensation lawyer.
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.
Contact an experienced work injury attorney today to request for a free confidential consultation.
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Please contact our Philadelphia law office online today, or call 215-720-1091 (toll free at 800-640-9424) to discuss your situation
*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.