Personal attention to every detail of your case is why so many who need workers’ compensation representation choose Hillsberg Law instead of the larger city firms. I am a sole practitioner, which means that I personally attend to every facet of your case, and I know your story inside out, from start to finish.
At Hillsberg Law, my best client is an informed client. Part of my job is to arm you with information that will empower you to make the best decisions for your health and your family. If you have been injured on the job, what are your rights? How long will your workers’ comp benefits last? What do you do if your claim is denied? If you are unsure of the answers to these questions—or have others—I’m here to help.
Worker’s Compensation law in Pennsylvania is extremely complex. You may qualify in one or more of the benefits—or you may not qualify in any. Call me for a complementary evaluation of your situation.
When a work-related injury has caused you to miss work and therefore to lose income, you may be entitled to compensation.
You may be entitled to payment of all work-related medical bills.
If you’ve lost a body part or lost the use of a body part, you may petition for compensation.
If an injury on the job has caused permanent scarring or disfigurement to your face or neck, you may be entitled to compensation.
When offered a lump-sum payment to close your case, you should seek the advice of an attorney to ensure adequate compensation, and to understand how rights such as SSD, medicare, and medicaid are affected.
The advice offered above is general in nature and may not be applicable to every case. Consultation with an attorney is highly recommended. Reliance on this advice does not represent the formation of an attorney-client relationship in the absence of a fee agreement with Mr. Hillsberg.
Fill out the form with a brief description of your situation or call me at (610) 566-0600 and I’ll be in touch to schedule a free consultation.