Pittsburgh And Washington Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Benefits Are Available For Your Work-Related Injuries. Our Firm Will Help You Get Them.

Most of us take pride in the work we do to provide for ourselves and our families. When a work accident makes it impossible for us to do our jobs, we stress over both losing a source of income and the inability to be productive and useful.

Navigating the workers' compensation process in Pennsylvania can be a frustrating and draining process, but it does not have to be. An experienced lawyer can make the process easier to understand, less time consuming and, above all, successful.

Phillips, Phillips Smith-Delach, P.C., has a team of experienced attorneys who have been helping people throughout Southwest Pennsylvania for nearly 100 years combined. Our clients value our ability to navigate the workers' compensation process to ensure that they receive the benefits they are entitled to, while also taking the time to explain the process and quickly address any questions or concerns.

Your Guide Through The Workers' Compensation Process

Timing is critical for any workers' comp claim, which is why we encourage you to speak with us as soon as possible following a work injury. We will help you apply for workers' comp benefits and gather the medical information necessary to ensure that your claim is approved with minimal delay.

Employers must be notified of an injury within 120 days of the date of the injury. If a claim is denied, a worker has only three years during which to appeal his or her case. There are specialized rules governing which doctors you can see and when, and which insurance pays for your treatment. All of these aspects of the workers' comp system can be confusing, particularly when you are dealing with an injury.

Our firm has special experience representing workers seeking lump-sum settlements for their injuries, as well as people fighting suspension or termination of benefits. These situations require the negotiation and advocacy skills of highly experienced attorneys, and at our firm, that is exactly what our attorneys provide. We will not charge a fee for our services unless we secure compensation benefits for you.

We Are Here To Help. Contact Our Firm Now.

Our Pittsburgh and Washington workers' compensation lawyers are ready to make this confusing legal process easier for you. For a free, no-obligation consultation, call our offices at 724-705-0154 or toll free 888-351-8069, or send an email.