Workers’ compensation applications can be a straightforward process. However, if your work injury was at all unusual or complicated if your claim was denied if your employer wants you to return to work before you are medically ready, or if you are an attorney with questions about third-party claims or subrogation, consult experienced work injury lawyer Jeffrey S. Gross in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Since 1991, Mr. Gross and his associates have dedicated their legal practice to a vigorous defense of the rights of workers injured on the job. We have extensive knowledge of the complex workings of workers’ compensation rules and regulations, and we put all our strength and skill into maximizing the amount and time period of work injury benefits for all our clients.
We encourage you to contact our offices for a free and confidential consultation if any of the following occurs and your workers’ compensation benefits are threatened:
What if a third party, unrelated to your place of work, was fully or partially responsible for your workplace injury? You may still file a workers’ compensation claim, to get compensation from your employer for the injury. Nothing in the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act stops an employee from also filing a lawsuit against the third party for careless or reckless conduct that contributed to the accident. If you decide to make a claim against the party responsible for your accident, or you decide to sue that third party, your employer has the right to get money back for what it paid on your behalf. This complicated process is called subrogation. Jeffrey S. Gross and his associates handle subrogation claims routinely and are experienced in mastering this complex area where personal injury law and workers’ compensation law intersect. Many times a different attorney represents a claimant in the handling of the third party claim, and we are available as co-counsel in these personal injury cases to provide both short- and long-term technical assistance.