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Workers’ Compensation

Hurt working and can't ride your motorcycle? Worse, do you find yourself unable to pay your bills-home, food, bike payments? No one should be denied the benefits they are entitled to if they are injured on the job, but often times, they are. A worker's compensation lawyer is committed to ensuring that an injured worker recovers the maximum amount of worker's compensation benefits they and their families are entitled to receive.

You probably feel hurt - not just because of your injury, but because you might not be able to work anymore - and maybe you also haven't been able to ride your bike like you used to.

Worker's Compensation Laws in PA and FL

Worker's compensation laws in Florida and in Pennsylvania protect people who are injured on the job. They are designed to ensure that employees who are injured or disabled on the job are provided with fixed monetary awards, eliminating the need for litigation. These laws also provide benefits for dependents of those workers who are killed because of work-related accidents or illnesses. Some laws also protect employers and fellow workers by limiting the amount an injured employee can recover from an employer and by eliminating the liability of co-workers in most accidents.

Florida Worker's Compensation Attorney

A Florida worker's compensation lawyer will represent you and attempt to obtain the full and maximum amount of medical and wage benefits you are entitled to receive under Florida law. If you are injured in Pittsburgh, a Pennsylvania worker's compensation lawyer, can not only help you get benefits, but can also assist you in deciding if you would prefer to receive your benefits over time or enter into a negotiated settlement agreement known as a lump sum settlement or washout with the insurance company.

This is an area of the law where workers are at a great disadvantage by not having an experienced advocate. The rules in Florida's worker's compensation law are complicated and are always changing, and the same is true for Pennsylvania worker's compensation laws, this is why if you are injured on the job you should hire a worker's compensation attorney to handle your claim.

A worker's compensation lawyer will make the process easier for you. He or she will work as the middle man between your Pennsylvania employer and/or their insurance company and yourself if you are being denied Pennsylvania worker's compensation payments. If you were injured at your job in Florida and the worker's compensation you are receiving is too low based on the severity of the injury sustained, a South Florida worker's compensation attorney can attempt to get your payments increased to a level that will allow you to support your family even though you are hurt.

Seeking Worker's Compensation?
Contact the Biker Chick Lawyer

Trying to figure out the Worker's Compensation legal system is like trying to fix your bike without an experienced mechanic - you can only get so far without the necessary expertise. If you are a biker and are seeking Worker's Comp, contact me, Lisa Marie Vari, the Biker Chick Lawyer at 1-844-245-3724 (or email me) for a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION to discuss your eligibility for receiving worker's compensation in PA or FL. If your problem is in another state, contact me anyway and I'll put you in contact with a lawyer in your state who can help you with your worker's compensation case.

Appointments are available in our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Miami, Florida offices as well as several meeting locations throughout Western Pennsylvania and South Florida. In some cases, we'll come to you if you can't come to us.

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Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-281-9906
Fax: 412-281-9908

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244 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132
Phone: 305-222-7351
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