Why Was My Workers’ Comp Denied?
If you live and work in Pennsylvania and are injured on the job, you expect workers’ compensation benefits to be there when you need them. Yet one of the most common questions attorneys hear is “why was my workers’ comp denied?”Continue Reading
Can I Get Workers’ Comp for a Car Accident?
Many occupations require workers such as delivery drivers, police officers, truck drivers and traveling salespeople to operate a company- or organization-owned vehicle. These employees may also occasionally use their personal vehicle to travel to meetings or run errands for the boss.Continue Reading
Ways to Prevent Injuries and Accidents in the Workplace
Workplace accidents and injuries in Pennsylvania are an all-too-common occurrence. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were nearly 50,000 work-related injuries and illnesses in the state in 2015. Using an approximate figure of 250 workdays, this equates to 200 per day. During the same year, the BLS indicates there were 173 workplace fatalities […]Continue Reading
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
If you suffered an injury on the job that would normally heal relatively quickly, but you continue to suffer intense pain long after the healing process should have ended, you might be suffering from a more serious condition known as Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). CRPS might be something that you’ve never heard of, but […]Continue Reading
Top 4 Services That We Do Not Charge For
Our clients can save thousands by not paying any fees for the following legal services: 1. Correcting your weekly payment amount. Workers’ comp carriers often underpay claims by incorrectly calculating how much your weekly checks should be. We will gather your wage info and calculate how much you should be paid. If you are underpaid, […]Continue Reading