Injured on the job?
The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act allows an injured worker to receive medical benefits for treatment related to the work injury and wage loss benefits for lost time. An injured worker may also be entitled to additional benefits if he or she loses function of a body part or sustains a scar on his or her head, face or neck as a result of the work incident.
If you or a loved one believe that a workers’ compensation claim was wrongfully denied, received a letter from your employer demanding that you return to work even though you are physically unable, or if you received documents from your employer or is insurance carrier, threatening to stop your workers’ compensation benefits, let the attorneys at Scanlon & Wojton help. There is absolutely no charge to talk to our attorneys to determine whether you have a case. Attorney’s fees are only paid if benefits are secured for the injured worker.
For a free consultation, please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Michael Tatarko directly at (412) 918-1241, or contact us through our form. The attorneys and staff at Scanlon & Wojton attempt to return each and every phone call or e-mail within 24 hours.
The attorneys at Scanlon & Wojton represent injured workers throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh, Beaver, Washington, Greensburg, Indiana, Johnstown, Somerset, Ebensburg, Altoona & State College.