Pennsylvania Denied Claims Lawyer and Workers' Compensation Attorney
Philadelphia workers' compensation attorney Richard A. Jaffe represents workers who have been injured on the job in seeking workers' compensation benefits or Social Security Disability benefits or both. If you are frustrated, or concerned about reporting your injury for fear of losing your job, and uncertain who to turn to for help, this is one lawyer whom you can count on to aggressively fight for your rights.
Philadelphia workers' compensation attorney Richard Jaffe has been fighting for injured workers for 27-plus years. Call 215-268-7348 or 866-959-8856, or e-mail the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC.
Mr. Jaffe's work over the past 27 years has earned him a BV rating* by his legal peers for his ethical ability and legal standards. He understands the difficulties that injured workers must face. Some of these issues include recovering from severe physical injuries, obtaining the proper medical treatment, and getting appropriate diagnostic testing. Additionally, injured workers must deal with financial issues and the family strain triggered by an income earner being unable to work.
The Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC, represents injured workers. Whether you are a construction worker, factory worker, secretary, nurse, nursing assistant, warehouse worker, truck driver, delivery person, machinist or electrician, Mr. Jaffe can help recover the benefits you deserve.
General Workers' Compensation Information
- Applying for workers' compensation
- Appealing denied claims
- Workers' compensation wage loss benefits
- Workers' compensation medical benefits
- Lump sum settlements
- Did you receive a petition in the mail?
- At-risk jobs, including construction, electrical work, trucking, warehouse work
- Office worker injuries
- Head injuries
- Back, neck and spine injury
- Joint injuries, including shoulders, elbows, wrists and knees
- Nerve damage symptoms, including burning pain and nerve damage leading to carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic pain
- Burns, facial disfigurement and amputations
- Pre-existing conditions and workers' compensation
- Workers' compensation FAQs
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- Case summaries
Get Answers — Talk to Our Philadelphia Workers' Compensation Attorney
Most workers who are injured on the job do not know what they are entitled to under workers' compensation law. They may be unfamiliar with the workman's comp claims process. Contact Mr. Jaffe for a free initial consultation so you can get the help you need right from the start.
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