Hurt on the job, lawyers help you win your compensation claim. On the job injuries are not uncommon. Thousands of skilled and non skilled workers are injured while performing their jobs each year. Many workers fail to report their injuries in fear of retaliation. The workers’ compensation lawyers at Robinson Law LLC can help injured workers get the compensation they are entitled to. Victory is just a telephone call away. Read More
I HAVE AN ACCEPTED PA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM, WHY IS MY PHARMACY TELLING ME MY PRESCRIPTIONS AREN’T COVERED?
There are many different situations in which you might want to visit a Quakertown workers’ compensation lawyer. Companies often have a lot of liability when it comes to safe working conditions for their employees. Here are a few examples of areas where you might be entitled to compensation if it’s a situation that applies to you. Read More
The answer is yes, if the circumstances are right. If you work in Pennsylvania and your job requires you to drive a vehicle, or you are in your vehicle, and considered to be in the course and scope of your employment at the time that you have a motor vehicle accident, you could receive workers’ compensation benefits. Every case is unique, and it will be decided by the workers compensation carrier, or by a Worker’s Compensation Judge, if denied by the carrier, as to whether the injury resulting from the motor vehicle accident is indeed covered by workers’ compensation insurance. Read More
If you’ve sustained an injury at work that has kept you from doing your job and putting food on your family’s table, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation payments. However, the red tape involved for filing these claims can be daunting at the very least. Most successful claimants have relied on the expertise of an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer to help them navigate the legal waters of filing a claim. Following are five tips and tricks designed to help you find the best possible workers’ compensation lawyer. Read More
Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation law is ever evolving. The recent case of O’Rourke v. WCAB (Gartland), No. 1794 C.D. 2012, involved a Claimant (O’Rourke) who was employed by her son, Joshua Gartland (her Employer), to provide attendant care for him at her residence in exchange for an hourly wage through a state funded program. Read More
When one suffers a work related injury in Pennsylvania, their compensation rate must be calculated, based on the gross earnings at the time of the injury. There are various ways to calculate the amount that a person receives per week in benefits, depending on the length of their employment, whether they are a seasonal worker, etc. What is also taken into account is whether the individual works more than one job. For workers’ compensation purposes, the term concurrent means “at the time” of injury. This is according to well established Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court case law, Freeman v. WCAB (C.J. Langenfelder & Son), 527 A.2d 1100 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1987). Read More