Picture This - you have suffered an injury at work, or while on the job, and it's serious. Now, your employer is directly or indirectly shifting the blame to you for the injury and appears to be annoyed by your predicament. To make matters worse, you have been seeing a doctor about your new injury and the bills are piling up for treating your work-related injury.
After a serious work-related injury, the last thing you need to worry about is all this drama. You need to concentrate on you. Your priority now is healing properly so that you can return to work in a full capacity. Workers' Compensation benefits can help you stay afloat when you are not working, and not receiving any income.
What You Need Is A PA Workers' Compensation Attorney
Workers' Compensation claims are complicated, many legal matters are. The Travis Law Firm handles these complicated workers' compensation claims all the time, and we are well aware of the pitfalls that can harm your claim. Each experienced Workers' Compensation attorney at our firm knows how to avoid those roadblocks - the first time. It is crucial to follow all the procedural steps of a Workers' Compensation claim in a specific order (and in a reasonable time frame) in order to avoid your workers compensation claim being delayed or possibly even denied.
Put Our PA Work Comp Experience to Work For You
Why give yourself the added grief of dealing with all these issues (and learning work comp laws along the way), when you could just call a work comp lawyer at The Travis Law Firm to do all of this for you? Our work injury lawyers will be glad to provide you with a free confidential consultation about your case. Make an informed decision by discussing your legal rights to compensation for free, with no obligation at all. Remember, there are strict time constraints for filing all work comp benefit claims or appeals, so don't delay contact us today.
Erie PA Workers' Comp Lawyers
While our main office is in Erie PA, we also have offices in Warren PA and Edinboro PA. We serve all areas of Northwestern PA, including Bradford, Meadville, and McKean County. If you are injured and cannot come to one of our offices, we will visit you at your home or in the hospital. Talk to one of our Workers' Comp lawyers today to discuss your legal rights to compensation.