Reporting your workplace injury or construction site injury to your supervisor right away is crucial. It is the first important step in the claim process for work injuries in Philadelphia. Even if your employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance (Pennsylvania law requires all employers to carry workers’ comp insurance), documenting your injury right away will be a crucial part of your claim for injury compensation.
The sooner you complete the accident report, the better. If you delay making the report, you may lose your right to workers’ compensation benefits, and your potential for success in a work injury lawsuit may become significantly diminished.
Please contact our team for assistance in filing claim forms completely and documenting all aspects of your job impacted by your injury, including:
We can guide you through the claim process for work injuries that follows once your Philadelphia employer has completed its sections of the filing forms. We can ensure your rights are protected in the process.
Examples of situations that may allow for a work injury lawsuit include:
We keep strong connections with a network of expert witnesses in several medical, vocational, and technical fields (including OSHA compliance) who will help us establish the full and fair value of your case, including your long-term medical and financial needs.
With our representation in Philadelphia, your medical bills and loss of income will be covered while your work injury claim process is ongoing.
We have served work injury victims and their families for over 25 years from our office locations. Contact our team to learn more about the claim process for work injuries in Philadelphia.