>If I Quit My Job, Can I Still Get Workmans Comp Checks?

>The answer is usually no unless you can establish that your injury forced you to resign/quit. But generally speaking, a voluntary withdrawal from the labor market will make it very difficult to seek additional wage loss benefits under the Pennsylvania Workers Comp Law.

Before quitting or resigning, or applying for social security retirement benefits, please speak to an experienced PA Workmans Comp lawyer for an analysis of your case.

Michael W. Cardamone is available 7 days a week for free case reviews.

215-206-9068
or email mcardamone@krasno.com

www.MyPhillyWorkersComp.com

>Best Workmans Comp Lawyer Philadelphia

>The best workmans comp lawyer is someone who listens to you, who knows the law, who knows the judges, who knows how to get results.

The best work comp lawyer in Philadelphia, or Pennsylvania, or anywhere, is someone that not only has the attributes above, but also someone that respects you, and someone you can see eye to eye with.

I often hear clients complain about their former lawyers- who didn’t respect them, who didn’t return their calls, who treated them like a file.

Part of the professional responsibility of a lawyer, including a PA workmans comp lawyer, is treating clients (ie, injured workers) with respect.

If you want someone to respect you, and someone who treats you fairly, then give Michael Cardamone a call at 215-206-9068 or email him at mcardamone@krasno.com

Free Consults. 7 days a week

www.MyPhillyWorkersComp.com