If an injury takes you out of work, contact an Easton workers’ compensation lawyer who will work for you
Maximize your claim and get the money you deserve
If you cannot work because of an on-the-job injury, workers’ compensation benefits can help pay the bills while you recover. While workers’ comp should be easy to navigate, it rarely is. Instead, employers and insurance companies may deny workers’ claims, dispute disabilities, and refuse to settle for a fair amount. If you want to collect your maximum claim amount, you need an experienced Easton workers’ compensation lawyer who will fight for you. You need the personal injury attorneys at Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys.
If you’re ready to learn how our workers’ comp team can help you, then call, chat, text, or email us right away. Your consultation with an award-winning workers’ compensation lawyer from Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys is 100% free.
Who we are: Lawyers and champions for injured Pennsylvania workers
Since 1959, Pennsylvania workers have trusted Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys to stand up for them when it matters most. A work injury shouldn’t cause you to fear for your livelihood. We have helped thousands of people in the Lehigh Valley and beyond win their workers’ compensation benefits after they’ve been denied.
In addition to recovering your benefits, we also pursue third party claims if another person or entity was responsible for your work injury. For example, if you suffered an injury because of a faulty piece of equipment while working, we may pursue compensation from the equipment manufacturer.
If you hire an Easton workers’ comp lawyer from Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys, we promise you’ll have a team who will:
- Commit all resources and knowledge to fighting for you
- Professionally and honestly represent you using the most effective legal techniques
- Never charge you a penny unless and until we win compensation for you
- Keep your best interests in mind
- Inform you about all relevant settlement offers made on your case
- Work harder than all the rest
When you’re ready to see the difference a Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys workers’ comp lawyer makes, then schedule your free consultation today.
Easton workers’ comp FAQ
If your question isn’t listed below, call us to speak with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney right away.
Q: Am I required to hire a lawyer to apply for workers’ comp?
If workers’ compensation is paying your benefits, you do not need a lawyer. However, if you apply for workers’ comp and your claim is denied, a workers’ comp attorney can fight for your benefits on your behalf. It is advantageous to have a workers’ comp lawyer if:
- The insurance company denies your claim
- You have a pre-existing condition
- There is a dispute over your disability rating
- Your injury is impacting your ability to work
- Your employer denies that your injury was work-related
- There’s a dispute over the settlement amount
- You’re struggling to get the treatment you need
If you simply have questions about the workers’ compensation filing process, or what your employer is/is not allowed to do, we can help with that too. Call us for a consultation and we will answer your questions at no charge.
Q: Can I still get workers’ comp if I was not injured at work?
Under Pennsylvania law, an employee seeking workers’ compensation must have been injured while acting in furtherance of the employer’s business. In other words, to be eligible for worker’s comp, you don’t need to have been injured while at your job site. However, your injury must have occurred while doing your work duties. To discuss whether your injury qualifies, call us today.
Q: When will my workers’ compensation benefits start?
After you notify your employer of your work-related injury, your employer and its insurer must act within 21 days. However, they have several options. First, your employer could agree that you sustained an on-the-job work injury. In such an instance, they will issue a Notice of Compensation Payable or Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable. Alternatively, your job could deny your claim. In that case, they will issue a Notice of Compensation Denial. Importantly, you must have medical proof of your injuries, ability to return to work, and medical restrictions. You cannot receive benefits without this important documentation.
Q: How often will I receive my workers’ compensation benefits checks?
Most of the time, insurance companies mail workers’ comp payments every other week. They issue payments as a check. Occasionally, some insurance companies pay injured workers every week.
Q: How long will my workers’ compensation benefits last?
The amount of time for which you can receive workers’ comp payments will depend on the severity of your injuries and whether your disability is temporary or permanent. In many cases, employers may attempt to stop your benefits before you are ready to return to work at full capacity. For that reason, it is important to hire an experienced workers’ comp lawyer to fight for your continued payments.
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