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Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Individuals who are injured in the course of their work may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits if the injury limits their ability to continue working – either temporarily or permanently. Workers’ compensation benefits may include lost wages, medical expenses and permanent disability benefits (for permanent loss of function). In order to obtain workers’ compensation benefits, you must prove:

  • the extent of the injury or disability
  • that the injury was in fact work-related
  • the injury has limited your ability to continue working for a period of time

At Joyce & Bittner, we offer a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Lawyer that is experienced in helping clients through the workers’ compensation claim process. We assist clients with understanding their rights under workers’ compensation, filing a workers’ comp claim, appealing claim denials, and contesting termination of benefits.

Free Consultation with a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

If you need a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, Joyce & Bittner are available 24 hours a day to take your call. They believe in personalized, individual service, so the attorney you do your consultation with is the one who works on your case until the very end. Joyce & Bittner each have over 25 years experienced, and are more than capable of helping you with your case. To help get you started, we offer your first consultation for free.

Reasons to Call a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

The main reason you qualify for Workers’ Compensation is that you have been injured on the job and are unable to go back to work because of this injury. If you are unsure if you qualify, we highly suggest you call us to schedule a consultation at 412-281-9919 or 1-800-299-5530 or leave us a message online. Here are additional examples of when to contact a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Attorney:

  • You are too injured to work but have been denied worker’s compensation benefits
  • You have been collecting workers’ compensation but you have been informed (by mail or otherwise) that it is about to be suspended or terminated
  • You are looking to settle your workers’ compensation for a lump sum, or your insurance company offered you a lump sum settlement
  • Your company fails or refuses to file an accident report of your work injury
  • If you are not receiving workers’ compensation payments but you think you should be

 

For a free consultation about your rights or to learn more about pursuing a disability claim, contact the Social Security disability and workers’ compensation lawyers at Joyce & Bittner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Call 412-281-9919 or 1-800-299-5530.