Injured Government Workers Have Rights

Workplace accidents that result in an on-the-job injury to city and state workers are unique situations. Unlike other workers' compensation cases, we are not going up against a private employer. We are going up against a public entity. However, that doesn't change the fact that all injured workers have rights. Pursuing workers' compensation is one of them. At the law firm of Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, headquartered in Philadelphia, we are ready to stand by the side of city and state employees to make certain their rights are observed.

Taking On Government Cases With Confidence

While government bodies can be intimidating opponents, they are not intimidating to us. We have faced them before. We know how to design cases against the strongest opponents that allow us to achieve maximum compensation. We want to get you the compensation you deserve.

Our law firm is available to handle all cases involving city and state employee accidents, including those that happen to:

  • Police officers
  • Street cleaners
  • City bus drivers
  • Firefighters
  • Gas works employees
  • Water department employees
  • Maintenance workers

Handling Workers' Compensation Since 1936

We are a unique law firm. Not only are we the longest-running workers' compensation firm in Pennsylvania, we are also the only one founded by a workers' compensation judge. Our commitment to the needs of this state's employees has been demonstrated time and time again. In fact, we take pride in demonstrating this commitment to every client we work with. No matter what line of work a person is involved in, if he or she has been injured in a workplace accident, our lawyers can help.

Call For Your Free Initial Consultation

Are you or a family member a city or state worker in need of compensation for an on-the-job injury? Email us or call us at 877-794-2396 for a free consultation with an attorney about workers' compensation. We want to learn about your case. We want to tell you how we can put our experience to work for you.