Cable, Heating, Air Conditioning Installing And Workers' Compensation

We are familiar with the difficult work that cable installers and HVAC workers perform every day. Working with heavy equipment, cumbersome materials and electrical parts and wires overhead or out of reach poses serious risks in tough conditions. Even if all safety precautions are followed, debilitating injuries are possible that can put you out of work temporarily or permanently.

A knowledgeable attorney can help you navigate the complex legal and medical procedures required in a workers' compensation case. At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we work to ensure that the rights and interests of workers throughout Pennsylvania are protected. Since 1936, our law firm has represented tens of thousands of cases and won tens of millions of dollars in awards on behalf of our clients in a variety of industries.

We Will Deal With Your Employer

If you have sustained a work-related injury, you have options in pursuing the recovery you deserve. It is important to report your injury to your employer as soon as possible. If your employer or its insurance provider has denied your claim or reduced your workers' compensation benefits, it is critical to consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.

We Serve Union And Nonunion Workers

Union employees have the right to pursue the workers' compensation benefits they deserve if they are injured on the job. If you are a union cable or HVAC installer, you have the right to work with the private or union lawyer of your choice. Working with our law firm, which is unaffiliated with a union, you have the advantage of working with an attorney who will provide you personalized attention and fight for your interests rather than advocating for the union's interests.

We help you navigate the complex legal and political structures of unions to achieve the maximum compensation available to you.

What If Your Claim Is Denied?

Our attorneys are prepared to bring appeals against employers and insurance companies that attempt to deny, reduce or stop benefit payments. If you have suffered a work injury, no matter how serious or minor, you might be entitled to workers' compensation. We are prepared to handle challenging cases, and we are fully capable of guiding you through the legal process to obtain the recovery you and your family depend on.

Workers' compensation covers medical costs, vocational rehabilitation, lost wages and many other hardships. Our dedicated service is only a phone call away.

Get Legal Advice About Cable, Heating Or Air Conditioning Accidents

To schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney to discuss your specific injury, email us or call us at 570-622-8297 or toll free at 877-794-2396. Based in Philadelphia, our attorneys can meet with you at any of our 11 offices throughout the state, or they can come to you.