Philadelphia's Top Rated Workers' Compensation Law Firm
There’s a reason KK&O is Pennsylvania’s top-rated* Workers’ Compensation law firm: we’ve been winning cases for PA’s injured for 80+ years. Our experienced team is ready to pursue maximum workers’ compensation for you at no upfront cost.Get My Free Evaluation
Krasno Krasno & Onwundijo (Philadelphia HQ)
- 1429 Walnut Street, 16th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102
- Mon 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tue 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wed 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thu 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Center City Station on the Broad Street Line & Market Frankford Line
- SEPTA bus routes 33, 47, 1, 2, 54
- Park America Inc, located at 1500 Walnut Street ($30/day)
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Working In Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia’s major industries have been going through a transition since the powerhouse of manufacturing started its steady decline after World War II. Recently, the driver of the economy has shifted to a focus on education and health services. Together, those two industries hold about 30% of Philadelphia’s total jobs. Philadelphia has one of the most educated populations. Within the city limits, there are some of the top research universities, which come with many research hospitals as well.
Other than education and health, many other industries are currently flourishing!
Trade and transportation are booming. This fact is not a surprise to anyone because Philly is located on two rivers, and has one of the largest seaports that billions of dollars of merchandise are received and shipped each year.
Philadelphia also houses a huge group of government jobs. Since the United States’ government was dreamt up and developed here, it only makes sense that it still has its fair share of Government Agencies. This group is diverse and contains everything from The Philadelphia Police Department, government representatives, Department of Motor Vehicle, and thousands of other categories that span across every type of job you can think of.
There are 655,800 total workers in the labor force that resides and works in Philadelphia County. It is important to note that the term “labor force” includes employed and unemployed workers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the current unemployment rate is at its lowest in over ten years at 5.9%! Although that is a bit higher than the nation’s percentage of unemployed workers, it is a true testament of how rapidly the Philadelphia economy is growing.
With more jobs being created and filled at a rapid pace, training and education on work place safety may not be sufficient. It is essential for every laborer in Philadelphia to be proactive on these matters. Getting injured at work is a serious issue that can negatively impact many factors of your life.
Anyone Can Be Affected By A Workplace Injury
You’re from Philly! You are tough, hardworking and independent. People don’t mess around over here; a works hard, plays hard mentality is part of your DNA. Even the hardest, most diligent of workers can get hurt at work. If that happens, you need to reach out and talk about your options in possibly receiving workers’ compensation.
Philadelphia: Let Us Help With Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
You may be a teacher, working at The Philadelphia School District and suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome or neck/back injuries from repetitive actions.
You could be a part of the Philadelphia Police Department devoting your life to protecting the citizens of the city. But who protects the police when they are injured? Under certain circumstances the “benefits” promised to police and correctional officers may get denied or not properly cover damages. This is where legal professionals who are trained in Worker’s Compensation Law should step in.
You may be a nurse or doctor working at one of Philadelphia’s world-renowned hospitals such as Temple University Hospital, The Thomas Jefferson Health System, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, or Hahnemann University Hospital. The list goes on and on! Injuries happen everywhere, even at hospitals! The most common injuries for health care workers include
Falling, slipping and tripping
Strains and sprains of various body parts from lifting patients and heavy equipment
Illness and injury from bloodborne pathogens, chemical and drug exposure, biohazards and radioactive exposure
Emotional stress stemming from experiencing violence or abuse in the workplace from patients or superiors
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