Do you qualify for a lump-sum settlement for workers' compensation claims made in Pennsylvania? At our law offices in Scranton, Hazleton and Wilkes-Barre, workers' compensation lawyers help injured workers understand and claim all benefits that they are entitled to after they have suffered work-related injuries. Did you require medical treatment and/or have to take time off work after being injured on the job in any northeastern Pennsylvania community such as Scranton? Work injury attorneys at our law firm can help determine whether you should negotiate for a lump-sum settlement in lieu of annuity-type payments.
Evaluating the pros and cons of monthly benefit payments versus a lump-sum settlement is best accomplished by an experienced workers' compensation attorney. Our law firm has represented countless injured workers, assisting them with workers' compensation claims as well as in any third-party liability personal injury claim against an equipment manufacturer or other responsible person or entity other than the employer.
If you are considering filing a lump-sum settlement claim, you will want to make sure that you are not giving up needed medical coverage for issues related to the workplace injury. We have ample experience discovering key pieces of information such as any requirement to give up medical benefits in exchange for a lump-sum settlement that a workers' compensation insurer may have written into its policies.
If you or a family member has suffered an injury on the job, talk to a lawyer at Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald LLP who can help you tap into the most advantageous sources of compensation, such as a lump-sum workers' compensation settlement if this makes the most sense for you. Contact any of our northeastern Pennsylvania offices in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton or Hazleton for a free and confidential consultation.