Who We Represent
No-Fault Compensation For On-The-Job Injuries
Injuries can happen in all types of employment settings and are not limited to high-risk professions. Whether you are a blue collar laborer or a white collar professional, if you have suffered an injury in the course of your employment, you are entitled to compensation.
At Cullen Legal, our Philadelphia workers’ compensation representation attorney can help guide you through the workers’ comp process. Every employee is covered by workers’ comp laws, even if you are your employer’s only employee. The system is designed to not place fault on either you or your employer for your injuries and to get you the care and compensation you need in order to help you recover and move forward with your life.
To schedule an appointment, contact our Bristol workers’ compensation settlement attorney today. You can also call the law office at 267-812-5870.
Representing All Types Of Workers
With injuries a possibility at any type of job, our Bucks County work injury attorney represents all types of workers, including:
- Nurses who have suffered a nursing injury
- Hospital workers who have suffered a hospital worker injury
- Drivers who have suffered a driving on-the-job injury
- Electricians and other electrical workers
- Office workers
Nearly any type of injury that occurs while you are working is likely covered by workers’ comp. From obvious work accidents that result in neck, back and spine injuries to less obvious injuries, such as falling down the stairs while telecommuting, all are covered by the compensation system.
Seek Independent Legal Advice
It may seem easier to let your employer’s legal department or your union lawyer deal with the workers’ comp process. However, they may not be the best people to handle your particular claim. It is important to get independent legal advice from a Pennsylvania attorney who can take a more objective look at your case.
Even if your claim is accepted by the insurance company, it is a good idea to have us review the Notice of Compensation Payable. Often, there are errors in the average weekly wage calculation or the description of the injury. Both of these can seriously impact how much compensation and medical benefits an injured worker receives. We will review Notices of Compensation documents at no charge.
Consult With A Bucks County Worker Injury Attorney
From union construction workers to office workers, we help guide all types of employees through the compensation process. Contact our Bucks County, Pennsylvania, workers’ compensation lawyer online or call 267-812-5870 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.