Injured Worker Lawyers
Worker’s compensation is available for employees who are injured at work during the normal course of their employment. However, employees (and employers) must follow very specific steps to activate these benefits.
At Trinity Law, we help injured workers navigate the complex process of applying for and obtaining workers’ compensation benefits.
Under Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws, injured workers are entitled to two things: medical benefits and a portion of their lost wages.
The laws regarding how much of an injured worker’s salary is payable under the state’s Workers’ Compensation Act are complex. It is important to have experienced, knowledgeable attorneys who understand the nuances of Pennsylvania’s workers’ comp laws, working to ensure that you receive the benefits to which you are entitled.
If you’ve been injured in an on-the-job accident, contact our workers’ compensation lawyers today.
At Trinity Law, you can rely on our attorneys to provide you with honest and ethical legal representation. Our firm has represented generations of families throughout Pennsylvania. We have seen firsthand the effect a workplace injury has on the entire family unit, and strive to create comprehensive legal solutions that improve all areas of our clients’ lives.
Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Many workers are afraid that filing for workers’ compensation will anger their employer or result in a negative working environment. This is not the case. The law requires your employer to carry workers’ compensation insurance for a reason, to provide care to workers who are injured on the job.
At Trinity Law, we understand the need to preserve working relationships. By approaching workers’ compensation cases in an honest, ethical manner, our attorneys help injured workers obtain the medical benefits and money they need to heal, without destroying workplace relationships.
Don’t Let The Insurance Company Drive Your Case
In every worker’s compensation case, there are two sides fighting each other: the employer’s insurance company — which wants to stop or limit benefits — and the employee who wants to keep his or her benefits until well enough to return to work.
Frequently, the employer’s insurance company will argue that the injured worker is fully recovered and ready to return to work, even though that is far from the truth. These arguments often succeed because the worker, buried under workers’ compensation forms, paperwork and hearings, simply doesn’t know what to do or how to properly prepare for and respond to such arguments.
Many injured workers are shocked by this result; up until this point, many insurance companies have arranged medical care with their doctors and communicated that they will help the worker obtain the resources he or she needs. Only after it is too late do many injured workers realize that the insurance company doctor was, and always has been, working for the insurance company and not for them.
A good workers’ compensation attorney will help you avoid this disaster by working from the beginning to prepare a case that demonstrates the realities of your physical injuries, instead of the case the insurance company wants you to show.
Without an attorney, the injured worker is fighting the insurance company on his or her own. At Trinity Law, our Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorneys work to get you the maximum benefits available. Our workers’ comp lawyers have handled such cases throughout Pennsylvania, including in York, Dauphin and Lancaster counties.
Contact Trinity Law
If you have been injured at work, do not fight the injury and your employer alone. Let us build your case, deal with the insurance company, and help you get the benefits you need so that you and your family can concentrate on healing and getting back to work.
For effective guidance and advocacy on workers’ compensation issues, turn to the experienced workers’ comp law firm of Trinity Law With offices in York, Lancaster and Mechanicsburg, our Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorneys can help you. To schedule your initial consultation, call our York office at 717-843-8046, our Lancaster office at 717-560-5068, or toll free at 866-464-5297 or simply contact us online. We accept major credit cards for your convenience. Se habla español