>Yes. Now, more than ever, you need the professional oversight of your case to make sure that the insurance company doesn’t stop your check. In these hard times, the last thing you need is an insurer trying to take your income away.
If you are already receiving checks, you will not pay a work comp lawyer 20%. That only happens if you have to go to court, and your lawyer prevents the insurer from stopping or reducing your checks pursuant to a Petition to Modify, Suspend, or Terminate.
So, it works out nicely because you obtain the guidance you need while receiving checks, at no charge, and position your case for a fair settlement.
For a free consult of your case, feel free to call me at 215.206.9068 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael W. Cardamone- Fighting For Injured Workers In Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Workmans Comp Lawyer
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