Solid Legal Guidance For Your Work-Related Injury

If you were accidentally injured while completing a task for work, you should not have to face the consequential medical fees alone. While no accident is predictable, many are preventable through greater caution and care. Whether or not your accident was the result of your company's negligence, you could be entitled to workers' compensation for your losses.

Attorney John W. Brown and associates can investigate your accident and help you get your workers' compensation claim underway. With a firm based in Pittsburgh, our team has been handling various personal injury claims all over Pennsylvania, including those involving work-related injuries. When you put your accident case in our hands, we will work hard to secure compensation through all avenues. You should not end up paying your medical bills on your own when workers' compensation benefits apply.

Here To Account For All Your Losses

At the Law Offices of John W. Brown, we understand that everyone has different jobs that entail unique tasks. Your workplace accident may have involved specific tools or equipment that you are required to use. Perhaps you were burnt or hurt while working with unguarded electrical equipment. Maybe you fell off unstable scaffolding during construction work. You may even have been in a company vehicle on your way to a work-related event when another car crashed into you.

Regardless of how your accident happened, our team has the skills to help ensure you get all benefits you are eligible for through workers' compensation and other sources of recovery. We can also work with your medical professionals to ensure that your accident and resulting injuries are accurately represented in your claim, so that we can maximize your compensation.

Examples Of Workplace Accidents And Injuries

You may have been injured through these or other situations on the job:

  • Slips and falls on wet floor
  • Trips over cracked concrete or hazardous items
  • Burns and explosions
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Neck and back injuries

You have the right to hold your company's workers' compensation insurer responsible to pay out your rightful workers' comp benefits because of where your injuries took place. You may also be eligible for benefits related to your inability to return to work temporarily or permanently due to your injuries and necessary recovery time.

Third-Party Liability Claims

In addition to your workers' compensation benefits, you may also have a viable claim against a responsible third party such as an equipment manufacturer, delivery service or maintenance company. You may have a third-party liability claim for compensation for your pain and suffering. You may even be suffering a long-term disability or dealing with traumatic stress from the accident. No matter how much your accident cost you, you can rely on our team to fight for the compensation you deserve and to secure your justice.

Get The Help You Deserve At A Free Consultation

Let us handle your claim and advocate for you while you focus on resting and recovering. To discuss your accident with us, schedule a free consultation with us by emailing our team or calling our office at 412-567-0335. You may also call us toll free at 877-391-0998.