You’re hurt. You need medical care, but you’re worried about taking time off work, paying your bills, and supporting your family. You may even be scared to seek out the workers’ compensation benefits you’re due because you think you might lose your job.
But know this: no matter how large or small, if an on-the-job injury has had an impact on your ability to live your life and do your work, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. You also deserve guided help to get what you’re due.
Your first step toward peace of mind and compensation is to pick up the phone and speak with an experienced work injury attorney. You’ll find several at our firm.
Since first opening our firm in 1936, we have gained extensive experience handling claims involving all types of worker injuries. Regardless of your injury type, you can entrust your claim to our team.
We’re here to serve in all claims, from those involving traumatic brain injury cases from a scaffolding collapse accident to cases involving denied benefits for aggravation of a pre-existing condition. The Pennsylvania work injury cases we handle include:
- Aggravation of arthritis or other pre-existing condition
- Bone injuries
- Muscle injuries
- Joint injuries
- Burns, scars, and disfigurement
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Electric shock injuries
- Loss of limb/amputation
- MRSA infections
- Nerve and tendon injuries
- Occupational diseases, such as those stemming from asbestos exposure
- Repetitive trauma injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome
More specifically, we represent injured workers suffering from upper-body injuries, including:
We also handle claims involving injuries to the upper extremities, including:
- Arm injuries
- Hand-arm vibration syndrome
- Finger injuries
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Wrist injuries
We’ve seen firsthand the high number of workplace injury claims involving the trunk section of the body, such as:
- Abdomen injuries
- Back injuries
- Chest injuries
- Heart attack
- Lung injuries
- Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis, paraplegia and quadriplegia
You can also turn to us if you have suffered injuries to your lower extremities, such as:
- Ankle injuries
- Foot injuries
- Hip injuries
- Knee injuries
- Leg injuries
- Toe injuries
Additionally, we deliver compassionate guidance to the family members of individuals who have died in fatal workplace accidents.
Your Experience With Your Lawyer Matters
You’ve already been through so much, and the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation system is not the easiest to go through. That is why we put great emphasis on making sure you have the right representation and the best in service.
When you choose our law firm—Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo—you will work side-by-side with your lawyer from day one. You will know your options and will always be told what you need to know to help you move forward in a way that is appropriate for you.
So, when you are looking for the right work comp lawyer to represent you, don’t settle for inexperience. Don’t worry about costs either, as those are covered by any financial recovery you make. Instead, focus on finding someone you feel comfortable with, someone you can trust, and someone you know will do right by you.
Call Us For Personal Attention And Knowledgeable Representation
When you come to our law firm following an on-the-job injury, you can count on us for sound counsel, attentive service, and genuine concern for your well-being. Our award-winning attorneys are dedicated to helping you get the full compensation to which you are entitled.
Remember, you have 120 days to report a work injury. Don’t delay any longer. Reach out to our Pennsylvania workers’ compensation lawyers by email or call us at 844-243-4814 to schedule your free consultation.