Bone Injuries and PA Workers’ Compensation

According to the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, fractures are among the top five reported work-related injuries. Unfortunately, fractures are only one of many bone injuries that workers suffer while on the job.

If you’ve been unlucky enough to break a bone or experience a different type of bone injury at work, you may be eligible to get monetary compensation for your suffering.

At Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo, we’ve helped injured workers in countless situations recover the benefits to which they were entitled for work-related fractures and other bone-related injuries. If you or a loved one has been negatively affected by a bone injury, turn to our workers’ compensation lawyers for the help you need.

Get Compensation For Your Work-Related Bone Injury

Have you suffered a bone injury on the job or at work? You have just 120 days to file your workers’ compensation claim in Pennsylvania. Contact us today by calling 800-952-9640. There’s no cost for your initial consultation and no fee unless we win.

Sudden, Severe Bone Injuries Affect A Multitude of Workers

In 2017, bone fractures accounted for 3.8 percent of all reported work-related injuries. Bone fractures often occur in sudden, unexpected accidents on the job and affect certain industries more than others, including trade, transportation, warehousing, construction, and manufacturing.

Proper recovery from a bone injury is incredibly important, as failure to get the right care and rehabilitation can lead to long-term health issues, including arthritis, osteoporosis and chronic, widespread pain. Your best chance at a full recovery is to get medical help as soon as possible and to follow your doctor’s orders throughout treatment and rehabilitation.

If you are worried about how to pay for your medical care after an on-the-job accident, know there may be help for you through Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws.

What Compensation Is Available For Work-Related Bone Injuries?

Whether you’re a construction worker on a new build site, a hospital nurse on an ER floor, or a clerical worker in an office, your bone injury can have a lasting impact on your ability to work or perform. As your dedicated workers’ comp advocates, we will do everything we can to get you compensation for:

  • Lost income
  • Lost wage benefits
  • Medical expenses
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Vocational rehabilitation

Representing Workers Suffering From Any Bone Injury

Common bone fractures and related bone injuries that workers suffer from include:

  • Head injuries, such as skull fractures
  • Upper body injuries, such as broken clavicles (collar bones)
  • Upper extremity injuries, such as broken fingers or boxer’s fractures
  • Trunk injuries, such as broken backs or spinal fractures
  • Lower extremity injuries, such as hip fractures or broken knees

In 2017, most bone injuries affected the upper and lower extremities (arms, legs, hands, fingers, and feet). Regardless, from head to toe, skull to sole, you can rest assured knowing our experienced attorneys are here to serve you the best way we can after any bone injury.

Committed To Our Clients’ Best Interests Since 1936

Since 1936, our Pennsylvania law firm of Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo has taken pride in aggressively standing up for the needs of injured workers. Our continued success is due in part to our award-winning representation and focused workers’ compensation services. It is also due to the kind words of past clients, 150+ of whom have now left positive reviews for us across the internet.

In cases involving serious bone injuries, workers’ compensation may be only one piece of a larger puzzle. You might also be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, and our firm can help you pursue them. Reach out to our team today to see just how our representation can help you.

Get Help Today For Your Bone Injury By Calling Our Work Comp Attorneys

You need help to get your life back on track after your work-related bone injury. Our team can help. With 12 locations to serve you, you can rest assured knowing our firm is nearby at all times. We’re here to answer your calls, address your questions, and support you throughout the legal process.

We take all cases involving workers’ compensation for bone injuries on a contingency basis. That means we only charge a fee if we win your case.

To learn more about what an experienced Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorney can do for you, email us or call us at 800-952-9640 to request your free case evaluation.

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