At Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo, we exemplify tradition and push boundaries at the same time. We are the only workers’ compensation law firm in Pennsylvania with three generations of attorneys who have dedicated their professional practice to protecting the rights of injured workers and disabled adults and children.
It’s this dedication to our clients that have earned us the most 5-star reviews of any Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law firm.* If you’re ready to speak to an attorney, call us today at (800) 952-9640 or send us an email. Otherwise, read on to meet our team and learn more about how we’ve been helping injured and disabled Americans for over 80 years.
You only have 120 days to file a workers' compensation claim.*
Why Choose KK&O For Your Case?
Proven Track Record
Over the years, we’ve earned dozens of positive reviews from the individuals and families we’ve helped. We pride ourselves on compassionate and honest, yet firm legal representation.
No Fees Unless We Win
Our firm never charges any upfront fees. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means, you don’t pay a thing unless we win or settle your case.
80+ Years of Experience
We have more than 80 years’ experience helping injured workers with Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp claims and nationwide Social Security Disability claims.
Award-Winning Legal Representation
With achievements in the courtroom that speak for themselves, our attorneys have been recognized and listed in Super Lawyers for years.
This includes KK&O senior partner and CEO Jason Krasno, who has been repeatedly selected to Best Lawyers, a peer-reviewed publication that bases its honors and recognition on feedback from other featured attorneys.
Since 2010, our firm has been rated as a tier-one law firm for workers’ compensation law claimants in PA by U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Firms” Edition.
We’ve also been recognized by our peers with three “Lawyers of the Year” in workers’ compensation law and have secured an Avvo “Top Attorney” Rating of Superb (10.0) for personal injury.