If you are injured on the job, the effects can be severe. You may face lost time at work, expensive medical bills and an extended recovery process that will impact your life and the life of those who depend on you. Under Pennsylvania law, if you sustain an injury at work, you have a right to file for workers’ compensation benefits.
If your employer or their insurance company attempts to deny or terminate a legitimate workers’ compensation claim or delay payments, you need a serious workers’ compensation attorney on your side. The Pennsylvania worker’s compensation attorneys at Dale E. Anstine will fight for your rights to fair compensation.
Workplace injuries can occur for a variety of reasons and may include:
- Traumatic Injuries such as Strains, Breaks or Burns
- Repetitive Stress Injuries
- Diseases or Health Conditions Resulting from the Work Environment
- Aggravation of a Pre-Existing Condition
If you’ve been injured at work, notify your employer immediately that an injury has occurred. Seek necessary medical treatment and be sure to document your injuries carefully. These steps will help ensure you have the evidence necessary to pursue a workers’ compensation claim.
Contact a workers’ compensation lawyer at Dale E. Anstine for your free consultation. We’ll take the time to discuss your situation and available options.