Negotiating A Workers' Comp Lump Sum Settlement
If you have been injured at work, receiving a lump sum workers' compensation settlement may be an option for you. Lump sum settlements are often available as a compromise and release for all wage loss benefits and claims for future medical expenses related to your work injury.
At Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., with two locations in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we can help you negotiate a lump sum workers' compensation settlement with your carrier and represent you at your hearing before a workers' compensation judge.
Discuss Your Options With An Experienced Attorney
Workers' compensation lump-sum settlements should be considered carefully. Before you rush into negotiation, schedule a free and confidential consultation with a Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation lawyer at Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C.
Our attorneys will take time to discuss your options with you. They will listen to your situation and review any related documents or medical records. Using years of experience and in-depth knowledge, they will help you understand the law on lump-sum settlements and how that law may affect the amount you receive.
Examining The Entire Financial Picture
Our analysis could include investigating the impact a lump-sum settlement may have on coordination of benefits. Your overall financial picture may be complicated by other figures that must be considered in addition to workers' compensation matters.
At Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., our Pennsylvania Workers' Comp lawyers have been representing people affected by work injuries. Our knowledge of the law and legal options for victims is comprehensive and we take the cases we handle seriously.
Contact the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia workers' compensation attorneys at Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., by calling us at 412-567-1232 in Pittsburgh or Western Pennsylvania, 215-792-6153 in Philadelphia or Eastern Pennsylvania or toll free at 866-466-5789. You may also complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential.
For your convenience, we are available to come to your home, hospital or union hall to talk with you and your family about your rights under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Laws.