At Gross & Kenny, LLP, we are committed to helping people who have suffered catastrophic work and personal injuries recover the compensation they need to get through these difficult times. We are available to assist injury victims across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
We are prepared to assist individuals dealing with worker’s compensation and personal injury claims. Here are a few of our more specialized services. If you are dealing with another type of work or personal injury, contact our office to find out whether we can help you get justice.
Have you suffered severe or debilitating injuries in a work related accident? If so, your employer may be required to provide you with specific types of benefits under New Jersey and Pennsylvania worker’s compensation laws.
Find out more about whether you qualify for benefits and which workers compensation benefits you might be entitled to when you contact our worker’s compensation attorneys for a free consultation.
Under Pennsylvania law, the majority of employers are required to provide their employees with worker’s compensation coverage in the event that they suffer and on the job injury.
However, there are some types of injured workers our firm helps more frequently than others, including construction workers, factory workers, commercial truck drivers, firefighters, crane operators, healthcare workers, police officers, railroad workers, restaurant and kitchen workers, warehouse workers, and other professionals.
When you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, head, neck, or back injury, repetitive stress injury, or other type of injury at work, you may be able to secure worker’s compensation benefits.
Individuals who have suffered emotional injuries including posttraumatic stress disorder may also be entitled to worker’s compensation. Find out whether your injury qualifies for workers comp in New Jersey or Pennsylvania when you contact our office to discuss the details of your case.
Workplace accidents can take many forms, but if you have been involved in a work-related office accident, car accident, slip and fall accident, ladder accident, construction accident, factory accident, or any other type of accident at work, you may have the right to worker’s compensation benefits.
Worker’s compensation benefits can include several different types of compensation benefits including death benefits, partial disability payments, permanent disability payments, medical benefits, vocational rehabilitation benefits, and more.
After being awarded the compensation benefits you are entitled to, do not be surprised if the insurance company, your employer, or someone else attempts to put a stop to the benefits you need to support yourself and your family. Here are some ways our workers compensation lawyers at Gross & Kenny, LLP could help you.
You may be surprised to learn that you can recover compensation for psychological damage and mental injuries relating to your work environment. Your attorney can help you access the worker’s compensation benefits you are entitled to following in on the job injury or illness.
If another party is responsible for causing the injuries used to stand, they should be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. When you pursue insurance and civil claims against the liable party, you could recover maximum compensation for your damages.
When an insurance company pays out on a claim, they may attempt to recover the compensation they paid by filing subrogation claims against the party responsible for causing the accident. Here’s how our firm can help you through the subrogation claims process.