Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claims can be complicated. If you have had an accident at work, the attorneys at Handler Henning & Rosenberg, LLP are here to help you. Our offices are conveniently located in Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Hanover and Carlisle to better serve you. Getting results for your workers’ compensation related injury is our law firm’s top priority.
PA Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Our PA Workers’ Compensation Attorneys have represented thousands of injured workers. We are a law firm with an experienced team of attorneys handling all areas of accident injury, including medical malpractice, defective products, premises liability, trucking accidents and social security disability cases in the Central Pennsylvania area.
Handling your PA workers’ compensation case
When you’re hurt at work, as an employee, you have the right to claim workers’ compensation benefits.
If you have been injured on the job, you should immediately seek medical treatment and advise your doctor how you were injured.
PA Workers’ Compensation Laws are designed to ensure that employees who are injured or disabled on the job are provided with the payment of medical bills and a weekly disability payment for those time periods an individual is disabled from employment or suffering a loss of earnings.
Many issues can arise in a workers’ compensation case, such as:
- Difficulty having medical bills paid;
- Meetings with a vocational counselor hired by the workers’ compensation insurance company
- Requests by the workers’ compensation insurance company to send you for a so-called "Independent" Medical Examination;
- Claims for Specific Loss benefits (amputations)
- Claims for scarring about the head and face
All of these items and more are pitfalls for the uninformed and unrepresented injured worker. You should call Handler Henning & Rosenberg and speak to one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys immediately.
PA Workers’ Compensation Lump Sum Settlements
Certain work injuries can result in the negotiation of a lump-sum settlement. If you find that you are disabled from being able to return to your time of injury occupation and are either completely disabled or relegated to doing lighter duty work that results in you earning less money per week, we may be able to negotiate a lump-sum settlement for you. There are pros and cons to entering into a lump-sum settlement. There are different types of lump-sum settlements. There are things to be addressed such a Medicare Set-Aside Trusts. So conferring with one of our attorneys and having an attorney negotiate the dollar amount and terms of the settlement is always in your best interest.
If you have been hurt and can no longer work, you may qualify for a lump sum settlement for your PA workers’ compensation case. Call 1-800-461-4140 to find out if your workers’ compensation claim qualifies for a lump sum settlement.
Contact a Pennsylvania Injury Attorney To Get The Compensation You Deserve For Your Injury
When you contact a Pennsylvania Injury Attorney at our firm to handle your workers’ compensation injury case, you get an expert team of legal professionals. We have helped thousands of car accident injury victims recover settlements for their injuries, losses, and pain & suffering.
Our injury attorneys handle more than workers’ comp, we can also help you with, car accident injuries, medical malpractice, product liability, cerebral palsy, asbestos exposure, dog bites, birth injuries, trucking accidents, traumatic brain injury, motorcycle accidents, side effects, and premises liability cases anywhere in Pennsylvania.
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- Carlisle Workers Compensation Lawyer
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- Hanover Workers Compensation Lawyer
- Harrisburg Workers Compensation Lawyer
- Lancaster Workers Compensation Lawyer
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- Lewistown Workers Compensation Lawyer
- Shippensburg Workers Compensation Lawyer
- Waynesboro Workers Compensation Lawyer
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