If you have been hurt or injured on the job in the Philadelphia metro area you may be entitled to benefits and compensation according to Pennsylvania workers compensation laws. You absolutely need the help of our Philadelphia workers compensation lawyers. We offer free consults and charge no fees if they do not recover on your behalf. Proudly helping injured employees in Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
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Why Choose Our Philadelphia Workers Comp Attorneys
Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Attorney Eric J. Borjeson is a certified as a Specialist in the practice of Workers’ Compensation Law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
In addition, E.S. Borjeson & Associates is accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB.) This means that the BBB has recognized our law firm’s respect for the trust our clients place in us, and that we live up to the BBB’s standards.
Fighting For Work Injury Victims In Pennsylvania
At E.S. Borjeson & Associates, we believe every person who is injured at work deserves a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer who is passionate about their needs and is driven to champion their interests.
That is why we put our exceptional knowledge and compassion to work to obtain the very best results for our Workers’ Compensation clients in Pennsylvania. We represent work-related injuries.
Seeing & Handling Workers’ Comp Case From All Angles
With more than 25 years of experience in Workers’ Compensation law, firm principal Eric Borjeson has the tenacity and wisdom to be a powerful force for his clients. As a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer, he knows how employers’ insurance company lawyers think. He anticipates their tactics. And he understands the nuances of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation law, giving his injured clients a distinct advantage.
Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Attorney Eric Borjeson has exclusively practiced Workers’ Compensation law for his entire career. His case results demonstrate his commitment to success.
Helping Injured Philadelphia Workers Through Tough Times
While Philadelphia, PA Workers’ Compensation Attorney Eric Borjeson has earned a reputation for being a bold negotiator and tenacious litigator, his clients also see his caring side. As a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer, he makes their problems his problems and gives the case priority.
At E.S. Borjeson & Associates we have helped thousands of Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation claims with claims involving the following injuries:
Strategies In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Cases
Dealing with an injury at work may seem overwhelming. Trust the Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers at E.S. Borjeson & Associates to handle your claim and provide you peace of mind. We offer a no-risk, free consultation. Contact us online today to schedule your appointment with a qualified Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer or call our Center City, Philadelphia law offices at 215-772-3020. We can help.
Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation laws are complex. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers at E.S. Borjeson & Associates provide clients with answers to basic questions about work injury and death cases. Please review our frequently asked questions about Workers’ Compensation Law and contact us with additional questions or to discuss your case.
When you need a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation lawyer you can trust
Dealing with a workers comp claim can be quite confusing and overwhelming. Count on the Philadelphia workers’ compensation attorneys at E.S. Borjeson & Associates to handle your claim and provide you peace of mind. We offer a no-risk, free consultation. Contact us online or call our Center City, Philadelphia law offices at 215-772-3020 to schedule your appointment with a reputable Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney. We can help.
You have workers comp questions. We have answers.
Your pre-injury average weekly wage is determined using a formula. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation rate schedule provides a benefit amount based on your pre-injury average. There is a maximum amount of weekly benefits you can receive.
E.S. Borjeson & Associates can estimate your lost wages benefit. Contact us to discuss your case.
You are entitled to wage loss benefits for as long as you are totally disabled due to a work injury. If a work injury partially disables you, you can receive partial disability benefits for up to 500 weeks, unless you make a complete recovery first.
Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Act permits your employer or its workers compensation insurer to have you evaluated after you have received 104 weeks of workers comp benefits. The employer may use the IRE to limit the number of weeks that it must pay you wage loss benefits.
E.S. Borjeson & Associates can protect your interests if you are subjected to an Impairment Rating Evaluation.
By law, your employer must provide a list of approved medical providers for you to choose from. You must obtain medical treatment from someone on that list for the first 90 days. Your employer and its insurer cannot dictate which doctor you see, nor can they discuss your treatment or dictate a course of treatment with that physician.
If you die from a work-related injury within 300 weeks, your spouse, children, parents, brothers and sisters are entitled to burial expenses and weekly death benefits.
Yes, if you suffer an injury, disease or illnesses due to your exposure to chemicals or fumes in the workplace, you are covered.
Can I receive workers compensation benefits for a pre-existing condition?
Yes, if your pre-existing condition was aggravated by, accelerated by or became symptomatic because of your work injury.
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