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If you are injured at work in PA, there are rights and obligations you have under the PA Workers' Compensation Act. Fritsch Law can help you understand your legal rights and obligations, and the benefits you are entitled to when injured on the job. We fight to obtain and maintain those benefits for you. We also keep your employer and its insurance company accountable for the responsibility they have to you under the law.
When you call Fritsch Law, you speak with an attorney certified as a specialist in the practice of Workers’ Compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
When injured at work in WV, you must act quickly to preserve your rights under the WV Workers' Compensation Law. The workers' compensation carrier/administrator issues orders regarding your entitlement to benefits and treatment. You only have 60 days to file a Protest with the Office of Judges to challenge an unfavorable order.
If you are injured due to the negligence, carelessness or recklessness of another person or company, Fritsch Law can help you understand your legal rights and entitlements under the law.
We assist those injured in all types of accidents, including automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, slip and falls, and injuries due to defective products, defective machinery, and defective roadways.
You have already served and fought for your country, and now you have to fight for your benefits. Fritsch Law can help you fight for the benefits you deserve.
Documenting your wishes in case of tragedy is a difficult but important task. Fritsch Law can help put you at ease.
We assist in drafting wills, health care and financial powers of attorney, and living wills. And when the unfortunate happens, we can assist to ensure the estate is administered timely and properly.
If you have been laid off, suspended or discharged from work, you may be entitled to unemployment compensation benefits. Likewise, if you sustained an injury or developed an illness preventing you from performing your regular job, you may be entitled to unemployment compensation benefits if you are ready, willing and able to work within your restrictions and your employer cannot accommodate your limitations. Fritsch Law can help you understand your rights under the law.
If you have been denied social security disability benefits, give Fritsch Law a call for a free consultation.
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