Pennsylvania Workers' Comp Lawyer Fighting for Injured Workers for 27-Plus Years
It is unfair. It is not right, but deserving people are denied workers' compensation benefits all the time. If you were wrongfully denied medical and wage loss benefits after a workplace accident, get the experienced legal representation you need.
The Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC, can help you get the workers' compensation benefits that you are entitled to under the law. Philadelphia workers' compensation attorney Richard Jaffe established this law firm in 1994 for the sole purpose of helping injured workers' exercise their rights. Call 215-268-7348 or 866-959-8856 today for a free initial consultation.
When a Claim Is Denied
Mr. Jaffe regularly helps injured workers who are encountering all-too-common situations like the one below:
A worker is hurt on the job on a Thursday and needs medical treatment. He files a workers' compensation claim, but the workers' compensation claims adjuster denies him benefits and the needed medical treatment. His employer orders him back to work the following Monday, even though he is incapable of performing his job. Now he is concerned about losing his job if he does not return to work, but he is concerned about further injuring himself if he does return to work.
Is your employer or its workers' compensation insurance carrier forcing you back to work before you have even received appropriate medical treatment?
Mr. Jaffe can:
- Help you navigate through the workers' compensation claims application process and get the appropriate medical treatment that you need
- Appeal denied claims
- Protect you from going back to work before you are physically or emotionally ready
- Assert your rights at every stage of a workers' compensation claim
When Your Employer or Workers' Comp Insurance Carrier Attempts to End Your Claim
Injured workers who have been out on workers' compensation for two or four months or even many years may receive a petition in the mail. The petition threatens the worker with a potential modification, suspension or even a termination of his/her benefits, even though she is not ready to return to work.
Do you need to protect your rights to benefits after you have received a petition in the mail?
We Offer Free Consultations
Our law firm gives injured workers free first consultations, with no obligation for you to retain our services. Mr. Jaffe will review your situation. He will help you understand the law and what your rights are, and how you can best move forward with a claim. Call 215-268-7348 or 866-959-8856, or e-mail the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC. Richard A. Jaffe wants to hear your story and help you.