How Do I get the Best Settlement in My PA Workers Comp Claim?
Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claims are often resolved with a lump sum, cash value settlement. This can happen in a disputed claim where no benefits have been paid, or in an acknowledged claim where wage loss benefits are being paid week to week. We work from the minute you hire us to get your benefits flowing and to secure and strengthen your rights, giving us leverage to press for the highest value lump sum settlement when the time is right for you. Settlement amounts are influenced by many factors, but the main factors can be simplified into just three points:
Every one of these points is hugely helped by having the right Pennsylvania workers' compensation attorney. Tim Kennedy is a smart, conscientious and hard-working attorney who is a Certified Specialist in Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Law.
Our involvement can hugely add value to your claim. To secure your rights, and to get the settlement you need and deserve when you have suffered a work injury or a work-related medical condition, call Attorney Tim Kennedy now. He is easy to talk to: (484) 787-2000.
We help workers everywhere in Pennsylvania, as well as out-of-state claimants whose injuries occurred in Pennsylvania or whose jobs were based in Pennsylvania.
Contact Certified Workers Comp Specialist Tim Kennedy Today!
If you are struggling after suffering a work injury, call The Law Offices of Timothy Kennedy to let us help you get the wage loss benefits and payment of medical bills you deserve. Let us help to steer your claim into a status where YOU can decide whether and when to take a high value lump sum settlement of your rights!
IMPORTANT TIP: Every conversation, communication or interaction you have with an insurance representative, your employer or any doctor involved in your care can have real impact on your workers' compensation rights, and on your potential for a full value settlement. Speak with us now -- BEFORE your next doctor's visit; BEFORE your next conversation with your employer, and, most certainly BEFORE you are cornered by an insurance adjuster or a "Nurse Case Manager" whose JOB is to minimize your claim.