“The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act provides financial compensation and payment of your medical bills if you are injured on the job, receiving these benefits makes all the difference in a time of need. If you or a loved one have suffered a work place injury, call us today at (412) 471-8500.”
– Mike Murphy
Frequently Asked Questions about Workers’ Compensation Cases
Types of Workers’ Compensation Cases
Related Elbow Injuries
Slip and Fall Work Accidents
Amputation Caused By Faulty Machinery
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Shoulder Injuries or Rotator Cuff Injuries
Related Neck Injuries
Related Back Injuries
Repetitive Movement Injuries
Broken Bones and Fractures
Burn and/or Explosion Injuries
How Our Firm Handles Your Workers’ Compensation Case
When you recruit the help of a knowledgeable and experienced Pittsburgh personal injury lawyer, you will then have the ability to feel some relief that your situation is being handled. Personal injury lawsuits that are won or settled in the state of Pennsylvania result in financial compensation for the victim or the victim’s family. Next is some general information that has been put together to help you understand what types of compensation may be available to personal injury victims and their families. If you or a loved one have suffered a personal injury, call us today at (412) 471-8500.
We have been helping injured people throughout Western Pennsylvania get the compensation they deserve since the 1980’s. Call me today if you or a loved one have been injured at work.
Personal injury damage recovery is intended to “make the plaintiff whole” after a serious personal injury has taken place. Making an injury victim whole again is not always possible, and it can be very challenging to put a financial number on damages like physical and emotional pain and suffering. The goal is to put the injured victim back in place as if the accident that caused the personal injury never even happen to begin with. Our Pittsburgh Personal Injury Attorneys focus in doing this in the most effective way possible allowable under the laws of The State of Pennsylvania. The specific damages that are able to be obtainable in an injury claim can be different from one another depending on the type of case, the specifics of the injury incurred and many other variables.
The best way to determine what kinds of personal injury compensation you may be entitled to can only be determined by an experienced injury attorney with the knowledge and expertise to understand every aspect surrounding the cause of your injury, the extent of your injury and how it will affect the rest of your personal and working life. Experienced personal injury attorneys also have another skill set that includes strategically locating expert witnesses, such as surgeons, scientists, and other professionals to give their opinions on the matter.
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At the law office of Ogg, Murphy, & Perkosky, we understand how difficult it can be on a person or on a family when they are fighting the fight of their life and do not know who to turn to or even how to get the help they need. We are sensitive to their needs. Since 1981, we have been representing the rights of the injured by using legal means to help them obtain the financial compensation they need to recover as much of their life and health as is possible after a serious accident.
We serve clients throughout Western Pennsylvania, including the cities of Johnstown, Altoona, Greensburg, McKeesport, Monroeville, Kittanning, New Kensington, Washington PA, Cranberry Township, Sewickley, Mount Lebanon, Murrysville, New Castle, Uniontown and Indiana; and other communities in the North Hills, the South Hills, Allegheny County, Westmoreland County, Beaver County, Butler County, Fayette County, Cambria County, Erie County and Blair County.