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If you were injured in a workplace accident, you need experienced legal representation. At Win Big, our professional team of workers’ compensation lawyers is dedicated to serving the Falls Township community. Our dedicated workers’ compensation lawyers understand the difficulties of navigating the workers’ compensation claims process, and we are here to help you get the compensation and benefits you deserve.

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At Win Big Law, we strive to get our clients the maximum compensation possible. Many personal injury law firms are unwilling to fight insurance companies or accept minimal settlement offers which fail to compensate their clients. Our workers’ compensation lawyers are committed to fighting for your rights and ensuring you get the best possible outcome for your workers’ compensation claim.

What is Workers’ Compensation?

Workers’ compensation is a form of no-fault insurance. Specifically, workers’ compensation provides benefits to employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their job. Workers’ compensation insurance is no-fault, so you may still be eligible for benefits even if your negligence caused your injuries.

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Kevin Allen
Kevin Allen
My attorney Marisa Hill was the best! She stayed in contact with me, kept me informed and stayed on the mission! (To get me compensated and to get my health back in order)! I would refer #WinBig to anyone who needs an attorney! If you’re looking for a law firm that puts their clients first and make sure we get compensated, I’ll say give #WinBig a chance and you won’t regret it!!!
Quan Ponder
Quan Ponder
Even with not knowing much they were very patient and helpful they have a great team.
Nakesha Bridges
Nakesha Bridges
Luis Dutary
Luis Dutary
I suffered a truck accident back in November of 2023, Thanks to Marissa Hill and Frank I was able to successfully win the case due to their hard work and the fact that they were relentless with helping me wanting to win the case. I highly recommend this company to anyone who is looking for great attorneys that won’t leave them hanging. They walked me throughout the entire process assuring me that they had my back. I would definitely love to work with them again if it came down to it!!
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Alpha West
I am immensely grateful for having discovered this law firm. The team there was an invaluable asset throughout my legal journey, offering comprehensive support in every facet of my case. Their expertise not only guided me through the complexities of the legal system but also played a pivotal role in ensuring that justice was served in my favor. What truly sets them apart is their professionalism paired with a genuine sense of care and dedication towards their clients. This combination is rare and made my experience with them exceptionally positive.
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Eligibility Requirements for Workers’ Compensation in PA

To be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, you must be an employee, i.e., full-time, part-time, seasonal. Independent contractors and volunteers are generally not eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. You can claim workers’ compensation benefits if you suffered an injury while in the course of your employment.

The 4 Types of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Claims

Before the passage of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, employees who could not work due to their injuries were forced to rely on their families and charity for economic support. Additionally, injured workers were previously responsible for their medical care. Workers’ compensation insurance provides numerous benefits which address these issues.

Lost Wages (Indemnity)

Very often, employees are unable to work due to their injuries. If you are unable to work as a result of your injury, you can claim workers’ compensation temporary total disability benefits, which will pay you 2/3rd of your pre-injury average weekly wage. If your injuries prevent you from working at full capacity, you can claim workers’ compensation partial disability benefits, which will replace 2/3rds of your lost wages.

Permanent Disability Benefits

Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws recognize some employees will be permanently disabled as a result of their workplace accidents. If your injury or illness results in a permanent disability, you may be eligible for financial compensation from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance company. The monetary compensation you receive is based on the nature and extent of your disability and your pre-injury average weekly wages.

Medical Bills

Under Pennsylvania Law, workers’ compensation will cover the costs of medical treatment related to your injury or illness. However, you must meet with a doctor approved by your employer for the first 90 days following your accident before you can choose your medical provider.

This includes doctor’s visits, hospital stays, surgeries, and other medical expenses.

Death Benefits

Some workplace accidents result in fatalities. Workers’ compensation provides death benefits to the families of fallen workers. Specifically, workers’ compensation provides wage replacement benefits and reimbursement for funeral expenses.

How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Pennsylvania

Filing a Workers’ Compensation claim in Pennsylvania can become a complex process. The skilled Bucks County workers’ compensation lawyers at Win Bug can help guide you through the process. Our knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyers can also help you build a legally strong case.

Win Big Lawyers Can Win Your Falls Township, PA Workers’ Comp Case

Due to the amount of benefits available from workers’ compensation, insurance companies often mount fierce defenses. Specifically, they argue injuries are not work-related, or claims are barred due to employees being intoxicated, engaging in misconduct, or committing illegal acts. At Win Big, our workers’ compensation lawyers can help you build a strong case and overcome these defenses.

Insurance Companies Have Access to More Resources Than You

Insurance companies have vast financial resources. They often employ aggressive insurance defense attorneys, adjusters, and private investigators to contest otherwise valid claims. At Win Big, our workers’ comp lawyers are here to fight for you, so you do not have to face your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance company alone.

Workers Comp Attorneys Fight for You So You Don’t Have To

When making a workers’ compensation claim in Falls Township, you need an knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer on your side. At Win Big, our personal injury lawyers have a proven track record of obtaining favorable results. Contact us today to receive a free consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer and to begin building your case today!

Call Frank or Marisa to Discuss Your Case Today

If you suffered a workplace injury or developed a job-related illness, get the legal representation you deserve immediately. We represent injured workers throughout southeastern Pennsylvania.

Contact us today to learn more about our services.

How Were You Injured on the Job?

There are many ways employees can be injured on the job. Despite laws regulating workplace safety, there were 3,710 claims in Bucks County in 2021. At Win Big, our workers’ comp lawyers represent employees injured in various workplace accidents.

Mental health conditions

Emotional Trauma

Under pennsylvania law, workers’ compensation covers mental health-related injuries. Specifically, you can seek workers’ compensation benefits if work-related mental stress causes you to develop a debilitating physical or psychological condition. You can also claim workers’ compensation benefits if a bodily injury causes you to develop a debilitating mental health condition.

Occupational illnesses

Occupational Diseases

Employees may develop occupational diseases due to exposure to hazardous materials or other workplace conditions. Under Pennsylvania law, employees can seek workers’ compensation benefits for occupational diseases and illnesses. If you work in an industry with a history of occupational illnesses, Pennsylvania law presumes your illness is work-related.

Traumatic injuries

Fractures, Sprains

Employees may suffer fractures from workplace accidents such as falls and automobile collisions. Similarly, employees may suffer sprains from engaging in activities which require repetitive motion. These injuries often require employees to undergo physical therapy.

Musculoskeletal injuries

Head Injuries, Bruises, or Cuts

Employees may suffer from head injuries, bruises, or cuts due to accidents involving machines or being struck by heavy objects. Due to the severity of these injuries, employees often need emergency medical treatment. Additionally, head injuries sometimes require employees to receive neurological treatment.

The Next Steps For Win Big Law to Fight for Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you have been injured on the job, there are several steps you should take to ensure you get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. You should obtain the names and contact information of co-workers who may have witnessed your accident. You should also avoid speaking with your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier without obtaining legal representation.

If you were injured on the job, it is important to report your injury to your employer as soon as possible. Pennsylvania law requires employees to notify their employers of their injuries within 120 days. If you fail to report your injury, your claim may be barred.

To file a workers’ compensation claim in Pennsylvania, you must fill out a LIBC-100 form. This begins the formal process of your workers’ compensation case. At Win Big, our workers’ compensation attorneys can help you fill out and file this form correctly to ensure your claim is processed quickly and efficiently.

It is important to see your doctor as soon as possible after your injury to get a proper diagnosis. While you are legally required to treat with your employer’s doctor for the first 90 days following your accident, they may not provide you with an objective assessment of your injuries. Your own doctor can provide you with an objective opinion and documentation necessary for your workers’ compensation claim.

If you are making a workers’ compensation case in Falls Township, do not hesitate to contact one of our tenacious workers’ compensation lawyers. An experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can answer your questions, help you understand your rights, and fight for your best interests every step of the way. Contact Win Big to speak with a Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorney and obtain a free consultation.

Let Win Big Law Fight For Your Workers’ Comp Rights

At Win Big Law, we believe every worker has the right to fair compensation after a work-related injury. Let us fight for your rights and get you the benefits you deserve. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure you get the best possible outcome for your case.

Let Marisa and Frank Win Big for You

At Win Big Law, you can trust that you are in good hands with our team of experienced Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorneys. Marisa and Frank are experienced litigators who founded Win Big Law in order to protect injured victims. Let us fight for you and help you win big.

Jobs With a High Rate of Workers Compensation Claims

Some jobs have a higher risk of work-related injuries. This is especially true with some of Falls Township’s manufacturing and construction employers, such as A&A Machinery, and Better Homes Hearth & Patio. If you work in a high-risk industry, it is important to know your rights and understand how to receive workers’ compensation benefits.

Manufacturing Worker Injuries

Manufacturing jobs often involve heavy machinery and equipment, which can result in serious injuries. Common manufacturing worker injuries include amputations, burns, and musculoskeletal disorders. These injuries can leave workers with long-term medical issues and permanent disabilities.

Construction Workers

Construction work is inherently dangerous, and construction workers are at risk of serious injuries from falls, equipment accidents, and other hazards. Common construction worker injuries include broken bones, head injuries, and spinal cord injuries. These injuries can result in significant medical bills and lost wages, making it important to work with a skilled workers’ compensation lawyer who can help you navigate the complex claims process.

Delivery Driver Injuries

Delivery drivers spend significant time on the road, making them vulnerable to accidents and injuries. Common delivery driver injuries include whiplash, back injuries, and broken bones. These injuries can be serious and may require ongoing medical care, leaving workers struggling to pay bills and support themselves and their families.