Helping You Make Sense Of Workers’ Compensation
Pennsylvania workers’ compensation laws are intended to serve as a support system for injured workers, covering medical expenses and a portion of lost wages. But if your claim has been denied or you have been told to return to work before you feel able, you may feel abandoned, not supported.
At Cullen Legal in Bristol, we know how frustrating it can be to get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. Attorney Robert L. Cullen, a Specialist in workers’ compensation law*, provides personalized guidance to injured and ill workers, helping them maximize their benefits and minimize their frustration.
Your Personal Advocate For Injured And Disabled Workers
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Robert L. Cullen
Help Appealing A Denied Social Security Disability Claim
If your initial application for Social Security Disability benefits was rejected, you only have 60 days to request a hearing. Work with a lawyer who will help you appeal a denied claim and prepare for a hearing before an administrative law judge.
Experience That Makes A Difference
Robert Cullen is among a select group of attorneys who are certified as specialists in workers’ compensation law.* He has a thorough understanding of the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation system because he has worked both sides of these cases.
Prior to becoming an advocate for injured workers, Robert Cullen worked as inside legal counsel for employers insurance companies. In 2008, he opened his own firm and has been advocating for injured workers ever since.
At Cullen Legal, we get great satisfaction from helping injured workers:
- File and litigate workers’ compensation claims
- Navigate the complex workers’ compensation process
- Receive the medical care they need
- Restore suspended or terminated wage loss benefits
- Settle a workers’ compensation claim for a lump sum payment
*Robert Cullen is among a select group of attorneys who are certified as a specialist in the workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Association’s Section of Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
You will pay nothing up front, and we only collect a fee if we recover benefits for you.