Do I Need To Give A Recorded Statement To Work Comp?

No. The work comp carrier is trying to box you into a story, only to later use it against you in court by alleging that the testimony in court is somehow inconsistent with the recorded statement.

If you have been injured on the job in Pennsylvania, do NOT give a recorded statement. Call an experienced PA Work Comp Lawyer for advice ASAP.

Call or email me any time for a free and prompt consult about your PA Work Comp case.

-Michael W. Cardamone, Esquire
Fighting For Injured Workers In Pennsylvania

www.phillyworkcomplawyer.com

215-206-9068
mcardamone@krasno.com

7 Days A Week

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