A slip, trip or fall at work can cause serious injury, and our attorneys have represented people throughout Pennsylvania who have suffered severe and seemingly minor injuries. A staircase injury or other type of fall can cause fracture, head injury, paralysis, internal injury and other serious injuries that may not be immediately noticeable. Muscle or ligament strains can cause conditions that require rehabilitation, physical therapy and even surgery.
At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we have handled tens of thousands of workers' comp cases ranging from industrial injury to office injury. Slip-and-fall injuries can happen anywhere and anytime in an unsafe workplace. Since 1936, our Philadelphia-based law firm has advocated for the compensation and benefits workers deserve when they are injured on the job. Our attorneys are experienced advocates who are prepared to bring appeals against employers and their insurance carriers if necessary.
In Pursuit Of The Maximum Compensation You Deserve
We fight on behalf of workers facing medical, emotional and financial hardships because of workplace injuries. A slip-and-fall work injury can have lifelong implications, causing disability or requiring expensive medical treatment, even if the recovery process is short.
If your slip-and-fall injury was connected to your employment in any way, you could be entitled to workers' compensation. You could even be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. We can fully investigate every aspect of your case and help you understand all the options available to you and your family. We have obtained tens of millions of dollars in awards on behalf of our clients, and we will work tirelessly to obtain the full compensation you deserve.
Get Help For A Slip-And-Fall Work Injury
Contact us by email or phone (570-622-8297 or toll free at 877-794-2396) to learn more and schedule a free initial consultation. We provide personal service in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania, and we handle all cases on a contingency basis. You pay no lawyer's fees unless you receive compensation in your case or we prevent the insurance company from stopping or altering your benefits.