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Mechanicsburg, PA Workers’ Compensation Attorney

The Mechanicsburg, PA, area includes many different types of industries, such as warehouses, trucking companies, retailers, health care facilities and more. These businesses employ thousands of employees, and they depend on them to keep everything moving and satisfy customers. Unfortunately, accidents and other mishaps on the job can sometimes lead to injuries for Mechanicsburg workers.

When you get hurt on the job, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation, which covers part of your salary as well as your medical bills while you are out of work. Your employer is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, and the insurance company is responsible for paying your workers’ comp. Yet, all too often, we see insurance companies trying to get out of this obligation by disputing claims.

If your employer’s insurance company refuses to pay your workers’ comp claim, you should find an attorney to assist you. A knowledgeable Mechanicsburg-area workers’ comp lawyer can aid you with getting the compensation you deserve to provide for your family during this difficult time.

What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?

Pennsylvania law requires almost all employers to offer workers’ compensation to their employees if they are hurt on the job. Most claims stem from an accident that happens while you are performing your job. For instance, if you work in a warehouse and a pallet rack collapses on top of you, you might suffer a broken arm.

PA law requires almost all employers to offer workers' comp to their employees if they're hurt on the job.

The accident does not have to occur on the job site. If you are a delivery person for a restaurant, and you get hurt while making a delivery, your injury is still covered under workers’ compensation even though it happened outside the restaurant.

Other work-related injuries may stem from repetitive motion. People who work in hair salons or factories can develop carpal tunnel syndrome from repeating the same hand and wrist movements day after day.

What to Do If You Get Injured on the Job

The first and most important step — assuming you do not need immediate medical help — is promptly informing your employer about the injury in writing. Your injury must be documented to receive workers’ compensation benefits, and you cannot get them if you wait longer than 120 days to make your report.

The second thing you should do if you are injured while at work is to seek medical attention. Documenting your injury and the recovery process will be critical to obtaining the compensation you deserve, so go see a doctor even if you do not think the injury was that bad. Many times, something that initially seems like a minor injury develops into a more significant issue.

Set up a free consultation with our Mechanicsburg worker's comp attorneys.

Set up a Free Consultation With Our Mechanicsburg Workers’ Comp Attorney

With more than 30 years of experience, KBG Injury Law can assist you with getting the compensation you deserve in your workers’ compensation case. Our lawyers have helped people just like you navigate the complicated laws governing workers’ compensation. We will become your best ally in fighting the insurance company and securing your benefits. Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation for your workers’ compensation 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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