The Attorneys at Zwick Law are experienced in representing both employers and employees in Workers’ Compensation matters.
Injuries can occur to anyone and at any time. If you have been injured while on the job, you have a right to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation laws were enacted to protect injured employees by providing employees with medical and wage loss benefits.
Knowing how to fully collect your workers’ compensation benefits under the law, however, can sometimes be a daunting and complicated process. Our experienced workers’ compensation and labor law attorneys are here to guide you through this difficult time and ensure that you are being treated fairly.
To be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, you must show:
- that you were employed at the time of your injury;
- that your injury occurred while you were on the job; and
- that your injury was related to your employment.
You Have a Right to Full Compensation.
Our attorneys can help you understand the complicated laws and regulations that govern your workers’ compensation claim. We work hand-in-hand with injured workers and their families to pursue:
- Death benefits
- Indemnity (wage loss) benefits
- Medical benefits
- Private insurance options
- Special loss benefits
- Social Security disability
- Unemployment benefits
Many injured workers can pursue more than one benefit depending on the severity, length and cause of their injury. Work with the experienced lawyers at Zwick Law to protect your rights under the law and access your full benefits.
We also represent and advise both employers and employees on a variety of matters, including:
- Age, gender, race, national origin or religious discrimination
- Claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Employee grievances
- Employer handbooks and hiring/firing policies
- Family and Medical Leave Act issues
- Free speech protection
- Labor negations
- Non-compete agreements, employment contracts
- Sexual harassment
- Unemployment compensation
- Workers’ compensation
- Whistleblower litigation
At Zwick Law, we appreciate the unique needs of both employers and employees. Our attorneys have experience working across multiple disciplines and within federal, state, and local forums, which allows us to customize our approach for each of our client’s individual needs.
Contact Zwick Law – Your Western Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation and Labor Law Attorneys
If you have a question concerning a workers’ compensation case, contact our office — either in DuBois or Brookville — to discuss your options with one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys. An initial consultation regarding your workers’ compensation case or labor-related claim is always free and confidential. You can reach us by at (814) 371-6400 (DuBois Office) or (814) 849-0595 (Brookville Office), or via our Contact Page to schedule an appointment.