Suffering an injury in the workplace can be devastating, particularly where the victim is involved in construction work. But it is not only the construction worker that can suffer a workplace injury.
Workers can fall, be overexerted, subjected to repetitive stress or even exposed to toxic chemicals. Pennsylvania has enacted laws that protect workers injured on the job, even when a supervisor is refusing to file an accident report.
In some cases, the employer may not be the only one responsible for the employee’s injuries. Workplace injuries can also, for example, result in claims against a product manufacturer that made a defective product.
It’s crucial to act quickly when faced with an injury sustained in the workplace as there are deadlines to abide by in order to ensure your claim is filed. There are many different outcomes possible when facing workers’ compensation claims, which is why it is paramount to request the representation of skilled and passionate workers’ compensation attorneys who are more than equipped to provide legal assistance.
Examples of workers’ compensation cases that we have handled or would consider handling include:
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If you’ve been injured while in the workplace, contact us today to discuss your options.