Pennsylvania Job Site Accident Lawyer
When you work in an industry that is dangerous, such as construction, accidents happen. Injuries that occur in at-risk occupations tend to be more severe. They can include amputations due to machinery accidents, broken necks and paralysis from falls off of scaffolding, burns and injuries from electricity from electrical wiring accidents, blown out discs from too much heavy lifting and rotator cuff injury from repetitive use of an arm or repetitive overhead activities.
Fighting for Injured Workers for 27-Plus Years. Philadelphia Injured Worker Attorney.
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If you have suffered any disabling injury in the workplace, you may have a right to workers' compensation benefits. If the injury has become permanent, you may also have the right to Social Security Disability benefits.
You may want to consider a lump sum settlement. The other side has a lawyer experienced in limiting claims. What about you?
Attorney Richard A. Jaffe has more than 27 years' experience helping injured workers overcome denied claims, fighting Petitions to modify, suspend or terminate benefits and other problems relating to their injury. His goal is to fight for your rights and to help you return to your old job or to get the training you need to start a new career on your own time frame — not the time frame of a company doctor or insurance carrier whose only goal is to get you off the books (See why you need a lawyer.).
Occupations That Put People at Risk Include:
- Electrical work
- Utility work
- Airline cargo lifting
- Warehouse work
- Manufacturing work
- Factory farm work
- Hospital work, medical professional work and nurse assistant work
- Clerical and secretarial work, data entry work
Injuries and Impact on Families
An important issue is that we represent not only the injured worker but also his or her family. We consider the family's concerns. We understand that work injuries can have tremendous impact on a family.
If the injured worker is one of two wage earners in a two-income family, the strain of performing all household duties as well as carrying the majority of the financial responsibilities falls to the other income earner.
If the family is a one-income family, the financial ramifications can cause a family to suffer mounting debt.
We make sure families get all the proper care and compensation they are entitled to.