Injured Home Attendants And The Right To Receive Workers' Compensation

If you perform health care services to the homebound sick, injured and elderly, there are several hazards that could lead to serious injuries. Just like other health care workers, home attendants have the right to pursue workers' compensation when accidents lead to injuries that cause them to miss work.

At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we have built a reputation throughout Pennsylvania for helping injured employees from all lines of work, including home attendants. Put your trust in our experience and deep knowledge of the law to help you secure the workers' compensation benefits that you deserve.

Guiding You Through The Workers' Comp Process From Start To Finish

When you provide home care, whether it is physical therapy, administering medication or any other type of care, you are at risk for a variety of injuries. These include:

  • Slip-and-fall injuries in your client's home
  • Lifting injuries from providing treatment or patient transfers
  • Being attacked by a client
  • Repetitive trauma injuries to your joints, bones or muscles

Our law firm has been helping injured workers since 1936. As our client, you will be working with attorneys who understand how to help all types of workers suffering from any type of work-related injury or illness. We will be with you through every step of the process, including filing your initial claim, appealing a denial and helping you secure additional Social Security Disability benefits if necessary.

You Will Owe Us Nothing If We Cannot Recover Benefits For You

As soon as you are injured, contact Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo for help. We take all cases on a contingency basis, meaning you will never owe attorney fees unless and until we secure the workers' compensation benefits that you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation and learn more about how our Philadelphia lawyers can help, contact us online or call 866-699-3811 today.