A Local Practice Committed To Helping Hardworking People Get The Workers’ Compensation Benefits They Need
Your employer must hold an insurance policy with workers’ compensation coverage. The intent is to provide workers who suffer injuries or diseases on the job with benefits — including payment for lost wages and medical expenses.
If you were injured on the job and your employer denied your claim or attempted to terminate your benefits, our team of attorneys at McDonald at Law will fight to protect your rights. From our office in Lancaster, we help Pennsylvania workers understand their rights and pursue the money they need and deserve. If you were hurt at work, call us now at 717-208-2641 to schedule your free consultation.
We Work By Your Side So You Can Get Back To Your Job
The process of obtaining workers’ compensation can sometimes be complicated. Employers and their insurance companies deny many initial claims for workers’ compensation benefits or try to minimize payment of benefits to protect their bottom lines. McDonald at Law can help. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys help Pennsylvania workers deal with:
- Denial of benefits: If you have received notification that your workers’ comp claim has been denied, do not despair. McDonald at Law has spent many years successfully filing claims to ensure that our clients’ needs are met.
- Termination and suspension of workers’ comp benefits: If your workers’ compensation benefits are threatened or stopped for no reason, an experienced attorney can fight to continue your benefits or get your payments back on track.
- Settlement of benefits: You may be offered a lump-sum settlement. Before you sign, consult McDonald at Law to learn your options and determine whether this is the right step for you.
The Experience And Credentials You Can Trust To Work For You
Michael McDonald is one of the most accomplished and recognized personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania. He has more than 30 years of experience serving injured workers throughout southeastern and south-central Pennsylvania. His knowledge and that of the entire McDonald at Law legal team help victims of on-the-job injuries receive full and fair compensation effectively and efficiently.
Call us to schedule a free consultation at 717-208-2641 or complete our online contact form. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t have to pay any legal fees unless we get money on your behalf. We are flexible, offer evening and weekend appointments, and can come to you if you are unable to travel.