Monthly Archives: April 2012
I have been handling Pennsylvania Work Comp cases for 13 years and I haven’t seen many fakers. This doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Of course they do. But it’s not as prevalent as many people believe. In virtually every conversation I have with a new client, he/she mentions that they are aware of all the […]
Here is a testimonial from a client of mine: “Thank you so much, Michael, for all you’ve done to reach a fair resolution. From my first phone call, your concern gave me the confidence I needed to keep pushing to have my injuries fixed. Through every stage of the court process you were totally engaged. You were sharp, […]
Right here. http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=553004&mode=2 As you can see, the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law is extensive and complex. If you have any questions, please contact me for a free consultation.215-206-9068 or email@example.com 7 Days a week! I represent injured workers across Pennsylvania. PA Work Comp Lawyer
No. Pain and suffering is not part of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation. If you sustain an injury at work in Pennsylvania, you are entitled to two- thirds of your wage loss and payment of medical bills (and specific loss benefits if you lose a limb, toe, finger, or suffer disfigurement). Pain and suffering damages are not […]
If I Had A Pre-Existing Condition, Can I Still Get Workers’ Compensation In Pennsylvania If I Aggravated It A Work?
Yes. An aggravation of a prior condition is still a work injury- so long as your doctor 1) is aware of the prior condition, 2) states that your work activity aggravated it, and 3) the Judge (if the claim isn’t accepted voluntarily) finds your doctor to be more credible than an opposing doctor such as […]