Getting injured is scary enough without having to worry about whether you have correctly filed your claim or not. An incorrectly filed claim can delay the receipt of your benefits and cause you unnecessary grief.
You do not have to wonder where your next check is going to come from, though. To help ensure your Workers’ Compensation claim is filed correctly and promptly, you can turn to our work injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Gross & Kenny, LLP.
We understand the nuances specific to Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation law and to the way Workers’ Compensation law is practiced here in the Philadelphia area. That is because our lead attorney, Jeffrey S. Gross, along with associate Patrick W. Kenny have handled Workers’ Compensation matters for more than 20 years.
Perhaps you have been told you do not need an attorney to file for your Workers’ Compensation benefits. Do not make the very common mistake of counting on your employer to do the right thing.
Your employer and its insurance company have their own lawyers advising and protecting them in your matter. You deserve an adviser with undivided loyalty to your best interests.
Led by Jeffrey S. Gross, our firm already knows the deadlines and other technical legal rules that need to be followed in order for your claim to be effectively filed. In the process, we also know how to deal with any retaliation from your employer.
We do all of this while making sure we get your input. It is your input that enables us to understand the nuances of your case and to tailor our legal advice to you accordingly.
Our experienced Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers can help you understand all of your legal options and how to choose from those options intelligently. Many times, however, those options are highly time-sensitive. For that reason, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible. Schedule a free initial consultation with the Law Offices of Gross & Kenny, LLP to discuss your Workers’ Compensation filing needs by contacting us online. You can also reach us at 267-589-0090.