Philadelphia Nursing Injury Attorney
Health care is one of the fastest growing fields in the United States today. Millions of individuals work in this field, and millions more are expected to as our population ages. As with any other area of employment, health care workers can suffer injuries on the job. In many cases, these injuries will prevent someone from working for a lengthy period of time. The lawyers of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., have helped people throughout Pennsylvania and beyond obtain the benefits they are entitled to through the workers' compensation process. Contact us today.
Injuries to health care workers can occur in a variety of circumstances, such as:
- Allergies to latex or other chemicals
- Repetitive motion injuries, such as carpal tunnel
- Slips and falls
- Back injuries caused by lifting patients or heavy objects
- Contracting disease through patients, either due to needle sticks or other causes
Whatever the cause of your injury, an experienced lawyer can give you the best possible chance to obtain all the benefits you are entitled to receive. Under Pennsylvania's workers' compensation laws, injured workers can recover medical expenses and portions of lost wages. Our lawyers understand the difficulties you face right now. You do not need a lawyer who is hard to get a hold of, or who answers your questions in difficult legal jargon. We uphold the highest levels of client service, and will remain accessible to you through the length of your claim. When you have questions, we will answer them in plain English. We are committed to helping you get the benefits you need.
Call Our Pittsburgh Health Care Workers' Compensation Attorneys Today
If you are a health care professional and have been injured at work, get in touch with our law firm today. Call 412-567-1232 if you live 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. We offer a free initial consultation and can meet you at your home or hospital to discuss your situation.