Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Attorneys
Providing high-quality legal representation at a reasonable cost while continuing to exceed the expectations of our clients
The process for collecting on a workers' compensation claim is complex, requiring the experience of a seasoned attorney. At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. , in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, our clients benefit from our knowledge of workers' compensation law and dedication to their legal claim.
The Initial Steps in a Workers' Compensation Claim
Clients come to our office following a workplace injury or when their benefits have been rescinded after a few months or years. Our firm has handled workers' compensation cases that involve repetitive trauma, carpal tunnel, vibrating machinery use, lifting injuries, amputations and disfigurement or scarring of the head, face or neck.
At our first meeting, we assess the injuries and the circumstances under which they occurred. We confirm that you are being paid the correct benefit rate. In addition, we explain the reporting requirements and other responsibilities of the injured worker, their employer and the insurance company. If the client is still working in a limited capacity after a job injury and being paid, we can identify any potential miscalculations and secure retroactive pay if necessary.
Managing All Facets of Your Workers' Compensation Case
At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. , we handle all aspects of your workers' comp (sometimes called workmans' comp) case until it is resolved. We serve as a liaison between your employer and the insurance company to ensure that you do not say or do anything that could jeopardize the claim. We explain vocational rehabilitation and counseling options if your injuries prevent a return to your chosen profession. We assist with regard to independent medical examinations and provide advice so that your claim is not adversely affected. Finally, we advise our client as to their return to work options.
Litigating Your Workers' Comp Claim
Our attorneys recognize that workers' compensation claims require careful negotiation with the employer's insurance provider regarding a possible lump sum payment. While settlements will bring about a faster resolution to the case, there are times when litigation achieves the best results. We do not shy away from the courtroom in workers' compensation matters, particularly when it involves termination, modification or suspension petitions.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer, please contact us.