Workers' Compensation Lawyers in Philadelphia
A Pennsylvania Law Firm Focused Solely on Workers' Comp
- Have you been hurt on the job?
- Do you suffer from chronic pain because of your employment?
- Have you suffered mental distress as a result of a work-related injury or condition?
- Do you have a repetitive stress injury because of the work you do?
- Has someone you love died in a work-related accident ?
- Have you developed an illness or disease because of your job?
Representing Injured Workers for More Than 20 Years
We take professional pride in our reputation for being totally dedicated to the rights of injured workers. We stand ready to help you with your workers' compensation claim. Our firm handles workers' compensation cases on a contingency fee basis. We are paid a percentage of your workers' compensation only after an award by a judge following a successful representation.
For a free and confidential consultation, contact a workers' compensation attorney in Philadelphia today.
Who Is Covered by Pennsylvania's Workers' Compensation Act?
The Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act covers all Pennsylvania workers including seasonal employees, part-time workers and employees of unincorporated businesses, nonprofit groups and businesses with only one employee. Coverage begins on your first day of employment.
Various types of workers' compensation benefits are available no matter what type of employment-related injury or disabilities you sustain. The amount of time you will receive your benefits depends on the type of employment-related injury you sustained.
Are You Being Fully Compensated for Your Employment-Related Injury?
As experienced workers' compensation attorneys, we can review your medical records and wage information to make sure that you are receiving all of the benefits to which you are entitled. If you are being pressured to return to work before you are medically ready, we can help you extend your benefits until you are ready to return. We will use our knowledge of the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act to make the strongest case possible on your behalf.
Find out more about these common workers' comp injuries:
- Mental illness claims
- Neck and back injuries
- Shoulder and rotator cuff injuries
- Paralysis, paraplegia, and quadriplegia
- Hand and arm injuries
- Nerve and tendon injuries
- Disfigurement, scars, and burns
- Head injuries
- Hearing loss
Contact Our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Workers' Compensation Law Firm
Our offices are located in Center City, Philadelphia, but we make appointments for other locations if downtown Philadelphia is inconvenient for a client. Either call us at 215-512-1500 or complete our short intake form. We will respond within 24 hours.
All Calls Returned Within 24 hours
We Don't Get Paid Unless You Get Paid