If You Have Been Hurt at Work
When it comes to filing a workers’ compensation claim, it’s best to do things right the first time. The experienced attorneys at The Stanley Law Offices can help. Our team of lawyers is dedicated to representing the victims of personal injury — whether those injuries occur at work or somewhere else.
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Many of our clients are unsure what to do if they get injured on the job. We can guide them through the process of applying for workers’ compensation benefits, helping them get the care they need to get better.
Give Your Supervisor Notice Of The Injury
One of the first things that injured workers should do is notify their employers about the injury. Under the law, you have only a limited amount of time to do this. If you fail to notify your employer within 30 days of the injury, you could lose important benefits.
Getting the proper health care is also important. We urge our clients to get the care they need and support them to make sure that this is possible.
Injured on the Job? Seek a Lawyer’s Help
While you aren’t required to have an attorney to file for workers’ compensation, it’s in your best interest to do so. The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry have strict standards regarding what injured workers must show in order to receive workers’ compensation. If you fail to prove that you meet those standards, your claim could be denied.
At The Stanley Law Offices, we know exactly which steps to take to make sure that your workers’ compensation claim is filed correctly. Our experienced attorneys work with you throughout the process, making sure that everything is done correctly the first time.