Committed Counsel After On-The-Job Injury

A work injury can have far-reaching effects. You may not be able to work for a while, and may be missing paychecks. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may not be able to return to the same kind of work at all. Workers' compensation benefits are there to help, but aren't always easy to secure. Our firm can help you gain access to the compensation you need to pay for medical bills, lost wages and other expenses.

Injured On The Job

The Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act was passed to ensure that workers who are injured while on the job receive replacement wages and medical coverage. If you've been hurt as the result of an accident at work, you should always report your injury to your employer as soon as possible. Once you notify the employer, they'll forward your claim to the insurance company.

Denied Claim? We Can Help.

If your Pennsylvania workers' comp claim was denied, don't give up. At this stage it's very important, to enlist the help of an experienced workers' compensation attorney who can help you through the appeals process and any subsequent steps necessary to secure access to benefits, which may include:

  • Medical payments
  • Lost wages
  • Disability payments
  • Specific loss/Scarring lump sum payment
  • Job retraining

Still Too Injured To Return To Work But Your Benefits Are Being Terminated? We Can Help.

If your benefits are being terminated and you are being forced back to work even though you are still too injured to return, you will need the experience of one of firm's attorneys. If this situation is happening to you, it is very important to contact us as soon as possible so we can collect the proper evidence and represent your interests before a Pennsylvania workers' compensation judge.

Get Started Today

Schedule your free initial consultation with one of the lawyers at DelVecchio & Miller, LLC, today by calling 412-434-1400 or by emailing our firm.