Friday, February 6, 2009

Do I qualify for worker's compensation in PA?

Do I qualify for worker’s compensation?

This is a question asked that, when asked, is far too often, and met with uncertainty or unclear information. The answers do not come as easy or readily as you would like. At Wolf, Baldwin and Associates, we pride ourselves on making sure our clients feel at ease during these troubled times.

First, you should ask yourself if any of these questions could be answered ‘yes.’

Have you have not received benefits after being injured on the job, or even if you contracted as disease while performing your job duties? Has a family member, or close friend died from an injury or disease that took place while on the job, or as a result of performing their job? Are you receiving benefits from a job related injury or illnesses that you believe are less than you are entitled to? Are you currently collecting benefits and would like to discuss a settlement?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then you need to contact the Workers Compensation Attorneys in Pottstown, PA, Wolf Baldwin and Associates.

We handle all of your worker’s compensation needs. If you find yourself needing to file a claim petition, termination petition, suspension petition, modification petition, penalty petition, reinstatement petition or fatal claim petition then you need to contact Wolf, Baldwin and Associates, the leader in Workers Compensation that works for you during your toughest hours.

We handle Workers Compensation cases in Pennsylvania. We have offices conveniently located in West Chester and Pottstown, PA. You can rest assured that you can contact us and we will fight for you and your rights.

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9 comments:

Corey O'Connor said...

interesting, are the workers comp laws different state to state?

Bliss said...

Great information, thanks for posting!

lawluvr said...

do you do more than workers comp?

Crystal Laker said...

thanks for the update!

Doug said...

Good to hear. Like your regular website.

ObamaMama said...

great new blog!

Kip Dynamite said...

i like your blog

Cam Barnes said...

Do you see workers compensation cases growing in these tough economic times?

The Dude said...

sounds like you guys really specialize in workers compensation cases