Chester County has the distinction of being Pennsylvania's most affluent county, and for good reason: It's full of hardworking people. Many Chester County residents commute to jobs in Philadelphia or elsewhere, while others work in technology, education, healthcare and for the government within the county's borders. With hundreds of thousands going to work every day, it's inevitable that some will be involved in accidents.
You go to work to earn a living, but an accident suffered in the workplace can take that living away in moments. Even a minor injury such as a sprain or strain could leave you unable to work for an extended period of time. Accidents involving heavy equipment, hazardous chemicals or work vehicles could leave you severely injured or even permanently disabled. Between medical bills, lost wages and other expenses, the cost of a single accident can run high.
If you suffered your accident while on the job, Pennsylvania provides for you to be compensated via workers' compensation. However, actually filing a workers' compensation claim can be a challenging process, and it's easy to miss a deadline or misfile some paperwork. During your recovery, it shouldn't be your job to try to navigate this process and stand up to your employer's insurance alone. That's where we come in.
At the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, we've been helping injured workers in Chester County and throughout southeastern Pennsylvania for many years. Our legal team has handled well over a thousand cases, and that experience matters. We're familiar with all the intricacies of the workers' compensation system here in Pennsylvania, and we know how to counter the arguments made by insurance companies and get you the compensation you need to move forward.
Many injured workers end up settling for less compensation than they need, whether because an insurance adjuster unintentionally misfiles their claim or due to deliberate misconduct on the part of an employer or insurer. With an experienced attorney advocating for you, you can rest assured that you'll get what you need to pay for your recovery - and while we're handling your case, you can concentrate on getting better.
Throughout much of its history, the city of Coatesville grew with the steel industry. Today, the economy has become substantially more diverse due to the city's redevelopment projects. As such, Coatesville residents work in a broad range of industries, but they all share the same right to a safe work environment. If you've been hurt on the job in Coatesville, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages and medical expenses.
Filing a workers' compensation claim in Coatesville can be difficult, and a missed deadline can affect your legal rights. Contact our law firm today, and we'll guide you through the process and negotiate on your behalf.
The borough of Phoenixville was named after the Phoenix Iron Works, once the community's major employer. Since the plant shut down in 1987, Phoenixville has been economically "reborn," and many residents work at locally owned restaurants, banks and other businesses. Whether you work in Phoenixville or commute, you have a right to compensation after an injury in the workplace that requires medical treatment or affects your ability to work.
At the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, we're here to help Phoenixville residents file workers' compensation claims and recover lost wages and medical expenses. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Chester County's largest community, Tredyffrin Township is known for its natural resources ad historic buildings such as the Joseph Walker House and Valley Forge National Historical Park. Many Tredyffrin residents work in the local school district and libraries, while others commute to jobs in Philadelphia and elsewhere. For all Tredyffrin workers, an on-the-job injury can have far-reaching consequences, including medical expenses and lost wages while recovering from injury.
If you've been hurt at work in Tredyffrin, don't hesitate to seek legal assistance. Contact the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe today.
Uwchlan Township is a growing community that's home to two historic sites: the Lionville Historic District and the Uwchlan Meetinghouse. Located on the I-76 corridor, Uwchlan Township is home to many commuters as well as those who work in local businesses and for the township. Under Pennsylvania state law, those who are hurt in workplace accidents are entitled to compensation for medical expenses and lost wages.
After a workplace accident in Uwchlan Township, you'll need a capable workers' compensation attorney to guide you through the process and get the compensation you deserve. Contact the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe for a free consultation.
The home of West Chester University of Pennsylvania and the seat of Chester County, West Chester is a historic, growing community. Several companies have their headquarters in West Chester and the surrounding communities, giving the area a robust employment center. If you've been hurt on the job in West Chester, you should be compensated for medical expenses and lost wages as you recover from those injuries.
The workers' compensation process, however, can be complicated, and you don't want to get less compensation than you need. Contact our law firm for the legal advice you need to proceed with your claim.
West Goshen Township
Named one of the best places to live in America by Money Magazine, West Goshen Township is home to several major corporate headquarters and nearly 500 businesses in total. The diverse local economy means that West Goshen residents work in a broad range of fields, but injury can strike at any time. After an injury suffered on the job, you should be entitled, by law, to compensation for your medical expenses and any lost wages.
Many workers wind up settling for less compensation than they need because of errors in the workers' compensation process. Get an experienced workers' compensation attorney on your side. Contact the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe.