If you have suffered a job-related injury and are unable to work as a result, your employer and its insurer are required to provide Workers’ Compensation benefits for medical benefits and wage loss. However, they are not required to hold your specific job open for you or find a new job for you when you are ready to return.
This does not mean that there is no chance for you to return, and in many cases other options are available to preserve employment opportunities. If you were injured at work, it is important to get an attorney on your side as soon as possible. At the Law Offices of Gross & Kenny, LLP, we will spring into action immediately by helping you identify your legal options.
Does Workers’ Comp protect my job? Not necessarily, but we will protect you. Do not wait to talk to us. Call 267-589-0090 or 215-512-1500 or contact us online for a free, confidential consultation.
The law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for filing Workers’ Compensation claims. But this does not mean your employer may not “find” another reason to terminate your employment after you file a claim. If your employer is treating you unfairly, we will be your strongest advocate for making sure you get the benefit you are entitled to.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can be used to preserve some form of employment while you are out with your injury. This does not mean your exact position will be available. We can counsel you on whether this is a beneficial option to pursue in your case.
At the Law Offices of Gross & Kenny, LLP, our Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers handle these cases on a contingent fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless you do. Contact us online or call 267-589-0090 today to arrange a free, confidential consultation with an attorney.