Understanding Work Injury Compensation

Our Workers Comp Law Firm Protects the Rights of Employees and Employers in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Matters

Since the passing of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act of 1915, employees throughout Pennsylvania have been provided with work injury compensation. A century later, this important piece of legislation provides rights and responsibilities for employers and employees alike. Our respected workers’ comp lawyers at our Doylestown and Norristown law offices have experience working on both sides of the issue. The work injury lawyers at our workers' comp law firm in Bucks and Montgomery Counties counsel and represent employees and employers with vigor and with the goal of a successful outcome.

Protecting injured workers’ rights: help with filing a workers’ compensation claim

Employees who suffer work injuries, illnesses or diseases may be entitled to workers’ compensation. How do you get workers comp benefits? According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, it is especially important that you report your condition promptly. The next step is to file your claim for workers’ compensation.

When filing for workers’ compensation, you should:

  • Fill out a First Report form.
  • Get medical attention.
  • Seek legal assistance to protect your rights.

Protecting an employer’s best interests: workers’ compensation defense

Self-insured, commercially insured and uninsured employers, and their third-party administrators, often find themselves at risk when defending against unwarranted workers’ compensation claims, fraudulent claims and complex issues, such as federal black lung claims. Our workers’ comp lawyers help employers in Doylestown, Norristown, and surrounding areas. We take into account collective bargaining agreement rights and obligations and coordinate other contractual and public benefits to effectively reduce the liability of your claim.

Making the choice that is right for you: work injury compensation settlements

As an employee who has been injured or became ill on the job, you may have choices regarding a settlement for your worker’s compensation claim. To understand what option is right for you, take into consideration what the insurance company considers is full and fair. Our workers' comp lawyers explain your options and work toward a work injury compensation settlement that covers not just your current needs but your future needs as well.

Work Injury Compensation Attorneys

Thomas E. Panzer

Thomas E. Panzer | workers' attorney | High Swartz doylestown pa

Municipal, Zoning and Workers' Compensation Attorney focusing on administrative litigation, land use, and all aspects of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claims, litigation, and settlements.

Linay L. Haubert

Linay Haubert | SSDI and Workers' Compensation Attorney | High Swartz Attorneys at Law

SSDI lawyer, family attorney, and former registered nurse, Linay L. Haubert R.N., Esq. focuses her legal practice on addressing Social Security disability matters and domestic relations.

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