Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Williamsport
We Help you Pursue Your Full Benefits. Call (570) 995-3220 Today!
In the state of Pennsylvania, injured workers may be able to secure financial
benefits for certain work-related injuries or illnesses. Under the Pennsylvania
Workers’ Compensation Act, these insurance benefits can cover things
like medical expenses, lost wages, specific loss, and in some instances,
death benefits. Nearly every Pennsylvania employee or worker is covered
by the Act.
Our Williamsport workers’ compensation attorneys can handle a range
of workers’ compensation matters, including:
Have you been seriously injured while at work? Did you suffer an injury,
illness, or disability while performing work-related duties? If so, speak
with the legal team at Warren R. Baldys Attorney at Law as soon as possible.
Our firm is committed to helping you secure the financial recovery you
need to heal quickly so you can move forward with your life and get back to work.
Think you have a claim? Was your claim denied? Increase your chances of
securing your rightful compensation!
Contact Warren R. Baldys Attorney at Law at (570) 995-3220.
How Our Firm Can Help You
People choose our firm for many reasons. Because the area of workers'
compensation can be very complex, it is encouraged that you work directly
with a skilled and experienced lawyer who understands the process of filing
a workers' compensation claim. We have helped countless injured workers
throughout Williamsport and look forward to helping you, too.
What You Can Expect as Our Client:
- Cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have
to worry about paying any fees unless we make a recovery for you (with
the exception of Unemployment Compensation cases).
- We can help you understand the benefits associated with the Pennsylvania
Workers’ Compensation Act and help you pursue the full amount to
which you are entitled.
- We can help you with all stages of the claims-filing process, all the way
from notifying your employer of the injury all the way to resolving your
case with the Board of Appeals, if necessary.
If you have questions about your case or would like to speak with us confidentially,
call today! Your first
consultation is free.