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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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Lemoyne, PA, Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Lemoyne is home to a range of industries, including health care, hospitality and more. Anyone can get hurt on the job in Lemoyne. Whether you work with heavy machinery, transport products from a warehouse or oversee administrative tasks in an office on Market Street, you could get injured and be forced to stop working for an extended period. When this happens, you may be eligible to collect workers’ compensation, which covers part of your salary and your medical bills.

Your employer’s insurance company is responsible for paying out your workers’ compensation benefits, and they may try to dispute your claim. If this happens, you need to be able to argue your case and get the money you deserve. An experienced workers’ comp lawyer in Lemoyne can help.

Workers’ compensation is a complex area of the law, and navigating it requires in-depth knowledge of the regulations and how they apply to your situation. Consulting with an attorney can ensure you fill out documents correctly and have an option for appealing a decision if your benefits are denied. A workers’ compensation attorney can help you determine if your injury is eligible for workers’ comp and what steps you need to take get the compensation you deserve.

What is covered by Workers' Compensation?

What Is Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Almost all Pennsylvania employees are covered under workers’ compensation. A lawyer can help you determine if you have coverage, but there are few exceptions to this rule.

Accidents often cause on-the-job injuries, but you do not have to be in an accident to claim workers’ compensation. Getting hurt on the job can happen in other ways, too. You might sustain a repetitive stress injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, from years of typing on a computer, for example. This injury may qualify you for workers’ comp even though an accident did not cause it.

When an accident occurs offsite, it is covered under workers’ compensation laws, too. For instance, if you make a delivery to a client and you slip and break an ankle, your accident happened on the job, even if you were not near your desk.

Reporting a Workplace Injury

If you get injured on the job, you should inform your employer immediately. Then, you should seek medical attention to diagnose the problem. Your employer’s insurance company may try to deny benefits if you delay reporting the injury. Take the time to go to your supervisor even if you are not sure the injury is serious. Seemingly minor injuries can turn into long-term problems that keep you off the job.

Take the time to go to your supervisor even if you are not sure the injury is serious.

Consult Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Lemoyne About Your Case

At KBG Injury Law, we have more than 30 years of experience assisting people in Lemoyne and across Central Pennsylvania with workers’ compensation claims. Our understanding of the workers’ compensation legal system offers you the valuable insights and exceptional advice you need to get through this difficult time.

We have assisted clients with all types of situations. Let us help you as well. Contact us online today to set up a free consultation to discuss your potential case.

To all current and prospective clients, please be advised that while we are open for business and working remotely, effective Tuesday March 17th, our offices will be closed to the public. All of our attorneys will continue to advocate for their clients and are available via telephone, email and/or videoconference. Our receptionist will continue to answer the phone and connect you with our attorneys and staff as needed. To our prospective clients, we are here for you to answer questions and to consult with free of charge as usual. Consultations can be conducted by telephone or videoconference. We hope everyone and their families are safe and sound during this unusual time. Please call or email us with any questions or concerns. Thank you!Contact Us
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