If you have been injured at work or on the job site, your family, livelihood and the life you currently enjoy may be permanently impacted. Workplace injuries are very common in all work environments in New Jersey & Pennsylvania. This includes industries such as healthcare workers, first responders, agricultural, farming, landscaping, gardening, groundskeeping and other manual labor intensive occupations. In addition, they serve those working in offices, clerical workers, administrators, managers and executives who have suffered on the job injuries. As filing a Pennsylvania workers compensation claim is very complex it should only be done by a PA workers compensation attorney serving LGBT+ community. Having our experienced gay Philadelphia workers compensation lawyers on your side will ensure that your claim is filed correctly, on time, and that your rights are protected. The Pennsylvania gay friendly work injury attorneys at Giampolo Law have many years experience handling workers compensation claims in all of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
They are well versed in Pennsylvania workers compensation law and how the system works. During the course of their legal careers they have handled all types of workers compensation claims including:
Repetitive stress injuries
Workplace slip and falls
Machine and equipment accidents
Fatal workplace accidents
According to Pennsylvania workers comp laws if injured in the workplace you may be entitled to benefits such as:
Partial and total disability
Scarring and disfigurement
Medical expense coverage
Death and funeral benefits
Time is of the utmost importance in a Pennsylvania workers compensation case. Reporting the accident and injury to your employer and then seeking medical attention should be done immediately. From there please contact our Pennsylvania LGBTQ workers’ comp lawyers to discuss your case and how to protect your rights. They provide free consults and will thoroughly analyze your case, identify all liable parties and determine the full dollar value of your claim. From there they will do everything necessary to obtain the benefits and compensation you are entitled to. Our PA gay workplace accident attorneys handle workers compensation cases on a contingency fee basis meaning they charge no fees for work related injury claims unless they recover on your behalf.
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