Information to Help You Understand Your Claim Under & Your Rights Under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act
The Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act is lengthy, complex and can often appear very confusing. To try to help injured workers and their families and friends to understand the Pennsylvania workers' comp law, Philadelphia - Havertown Workers' Compensation Attorneys Dan Siegel and Molly Barker Gilligan have created this website - PaWCLaw.com - to answer many of the questions they have been asked about workman's comp since Dan began representing injured workers nearly 30 years ago.
To the left are links to pages containing answers to the most common questions posed by injured workers who suffered on-the-job injuries in Pennsylvania.
You name it, this site answers your questions, including:
- What Is Workers' Compensation?
- How Does Workers' Comp Work in Pennsylvania?
- Can I Settle My Case for a Lump Sum?
- How Much Am I Paid?
- Can The Insurance Company Make Me to Treat With Its Doctors for 90 Days?
- What Do I Do If/When The Insurance Company Cuts Off My Checks?
- Do I Need an Attorney for My Pa. Workers' Compensation Claim?
- ... and many more.
Because the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act is complex, these answers only are the tip of the iceberg and do not replace the advice and counsel of a lawyer who is familiar with how to handle workers' comp claims in Pennsylvania.
In the past few years, Philadelphia area workers' compensation attorneys Daniel J. Siegel and Molly Barker Gilligan have handled numerous cases in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the Commonwealth Court, and their cases have helped protect the rights of injured workers throughout Pennsylvania.
Lawyers say that Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan Siegel is "The Lawyer Other Lawyers Call for Advice" because he and Molly also assist other attorneys with their clients' workman's comp claims - writing their briefs, handling their appeals, and offering strategic advice. they also accepts referrals from other attorneys and pays referral fees.
When in doubt - regardless where you live or where your case is being handled - contact attorneys Dan Siegel and Molly Gilligan for more assistance. If you would like to speak with Dan Siegel or Molly Gilligan, call (877) 637-6116 or send an email, and Dan will respond promptly. All workers' compensation matters are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means that you never pay a fee unless the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC gets you benefits or successfully prevents your employer from stopping your benefits. Give Dan Siegel or Molly Gilligan a call at (877) 637-6116 or send an email.