HAVE YOUR WORKERS' COMPENSATION BENEFITS BEEN DENIED?
September 21, 2016
If you have been injured at work and are unable to immediately resume working because of that injury, we can help guide you through the workers' compensation program. You will likely have medical bills and other costs to cover while you are no longer able to earn wages, and you should receive the workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to. Contact our greater Philadelphia workers’ compensation attorneys at Mammuth & Rosenberg today for a free consultation.
We can help negotiate a settlement if it is in your best interest, or we can go to trial if necessary. We will answer any questions you have about the workers’ compensation system and keep you up to date with what is happening with your claim at all times.
If your employer is trying to deny your workers' compensation benefits, you need an attorney to fight for your rights. They may dispute whether the injury actually occurred on the job and the cause of the injury being a result of your employment duties. They may even question the severity of the injury in any given case.
If you’ve been injured on the job, contact us to learn what your rights are under workers’ compensation law and how we can help. Because we are a small firm, we are very client responsive. We do not put you through a process the way a large firm would. With us, you get individual, personal attention.