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When a person is hurt on the job in Pennsylvania, he or she enters the very lengthy and complicated Workers’ Compensation process. An injured worker could be entitled to various benefits if he or she suffered any of the following injuries:
Workers in and around Chester County can sustain a wide variety of serious injuries, some of which can have significant long-term or permanent consequences. These may include astronomical medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Employers have an obligation to make sure that their workplaces are safe as possible for their workers. While certain occupations might involve a greater risk of injuries, employers can still be liable when an injury on the job permanently affects a person’s future ability to work.
If you were hurt at work, you have 120 days to report the injury to your employer who will then forward the claim to an insurance company. The insurance company may deny your claim, but it could also offer you a lump sum settlement to resolve your case. Even if your claim is approved, the insurance company could later find a reason to modify or terminate your benefits.
It is critical to know exactly what your workplace injury case is worth, and the West Chester workers’ compensation attorneys at Ciccarelli Law Offices will work as a team to make sure that you receive all of the compensation to which you are entitled. Our firm provides legal services in these matters on a contingency fee basis so injured workers are not charged any kind of a free unless we get them a financial award.
Our workers’ compensation lawyers work as a team, and they will help you understand all of your legal options when you call (610) 719-3190 to schedule a free, no obligation consultation. We have office locations in West Chester, Philadelphia, Radnor, Kennett Square, King of Prussia, Lancaster, Malvern, and Plymouth Square.