Ways Your Workers’ Comp Attorney Can Support You After An Injury
If you have suffered a work-related injury, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation, which offers you wage loss benefits, medical benefits and more. Workers’ compensation is essential to ensure you do not end up paying for your costs out of pocket after you have been injured on the job. Many injured workers find they […]Continue Reading
Workers’ Compensation and FMLA
You may be familiar with workers’ compensation and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). But are these the same things? Can you get workers’ comp when you use FMLA? Are there restrictions on what’s considered FMLA or workers’ compensation? Understanding these terms and how they can be applied if you get injured on the job […]Continue Reading
How Does Child Support Impact a Workers’ Compensation Case in PA?
Is child support deducted from workers’ comp? We hear this question frequently at our law offices. Child support does impact the benefits or lump sum settlement you accept in return for being injured on the job. But this is not a black-and-white area. The law is unclear about how out-of-state child support liens should be […]Continue Reading
What Kind of Deductions Can Be Taken From My Workers’ Comp Settlement?
When you get injured on the job, you have a lot on your mind. You may worry about providing for your family while you are injured. You may have mounting medical bills that need to be paid. You might also feel worried about your recovery and whether you can ever return to your previous level […]Continue Reading
What is My Case Worth?
The value of a workers’ compensation case in Pennsylvania varies depending on many factors. Here are the most common factors: 1. Your wages. Yes, that sounds odd. But your wages are important because the more you earned before the injury, the more weekly workers’ comp you get. If you are paid $500 […]Continue Reading