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If you were hurt at work and want to speak with a Philadelphia Workers' Compensation Lawyer, call Larry Pitt & Associates, P.C. (215) 546-0011. We are located at 409 S 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19146
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Larry Pitt & Associates are Workers Compensation Lawyers In Philadelphia Protecting Injured Workers in Pennsylvania for 40 Years.
A serious workplace injury can do more than physical harm: it can lead you to feel frustrated, anxious and unsure about the future. Who will protect your family? How will you pay your bills? What options do you have?
When you have been hurt on the job, or are out of work because of a workplace accident or injury, Larry Pitt & Associates, Philadelphia Workers' Compensation Lawyer has the answers you need. For more than three decades, our skilled workers’ compensation attorneys have protected the rights of victims just like you in Philadelphia and throughout Berks, Bucks, Delaware, Chester and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania. We help you obtain the financial relief and support you need after you or your family member was hurt on the job, so that you do not have to worry about your family or your future.
What is Workers’ Compensation?
Generally speaking, workers’ compensation is a form of insurance designed to help people who are hurt or who become sick during the course of their job duties. So, if you are injured while you’re on a job site, you can collect workers’ compensation benefits so that you have time to get well or heal, without worrying that you won’t have any money from your normal wages.
Not every category of worker who gets hurt can collect workers’ compensation, and every state has its own laws, rules and regulations over who can collect benefits, how much they can collect, and for how long. Certain industry workers are also exempt from collecting benefits, so you should ask an attorney about whether you are entitled to collect workers’ compensation if you are unsure.