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We take cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that if there is no monetary recovery, you owe us nothing for our services. In most cases, KBG Injury Law will advance the expenses of the case and will wait to be reimbursed until the conclusion of the case.

There is no charge for your initial consultation with a KBG Injury Law personal injury attorney. This allows you to explore your options and determine whether moving forward with your case is the best decision for you on a risk-free basis. An initial consultation is the all-important first step to getting the results you deserve.

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Choose a Dedicated Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Hershey, PA

Many individuals work in hazardous environments — construction, farming, truck driving, manufacturing, material handling and roofing are just a few examples of the numerous occupations where injuries resulting from workplace accidents occur frequently.

Even offices and other “safe” environments experience their share of work-related injuries due to slipping and falling and the development of afflictions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Many workers also face constant exposure to toxic materials that can cause serious illnesses or death.

Workers’ Compensation Can Help You Keep Your Financial House in Order

Employees in Hershey, PA, who experience a job-related injury or illness receive protection from the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. Under the provisions of the Act, eligible workers are entitled to benefits for lost wages, medical expenses and “specific” losses — such as the loss of use of an eye or limb. In situations where illness or injury results in death, the worker’s survivors can also receive financial compensation.

The Process of Obtaining Workers’ Compensation Benefits

The first step toward getting workers’ comp benefits is reporting your work-related illness or injury to your supervisor as soon as possible — the failure to make a prompt notification can delay the process, or in some cases, result in the denial of benefits.

Your employer should furnish a list of health care providers from which you must choose to seek initial treatment. Within 21 days, the employer and its workers’ compensation insurance carrier must evaluate your claim and determine whether to accept or deny it.

Receiving Workers’ Compensation Is Not Always Simple

While the workers’ comp process seems straightforward, many injured workers find themselves having to “fight the system.”

Your employer and its insurance carrier may take extraordinary steps to curtail your benefits or deny your claim to minimize costs. They may even attempt to state your injury did not occur while you were on the job, is not severe enough to keep you from working or that you did not follow required reporting or medical treatment protocols.

KBG Injury Law Can Help You Get the Workers’ Compensation Results You Deserve

If you are in the Hershey area and believe your employer is handling your workers’ comp claim inappropriately or unfairly, the help you need is just a quick phone call away.

KBG Injury Law can provide you with an experienced, dedicated workers’ compensation lawyer you can trust. Your attorney will examine the details of your case, and if necessary, file an appeal on your behalf. You will not have to take on your employer and its insurance company by yourself — we will do all the time-consuming legal work for you.

Contact Us to Schedule a Free Initial Consultation Today

Do not let your employer prevent you from receiving the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. Contact KBG Injury Law to get the help you need today. Our initial consultation is free, and we do not charge any legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.