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    Lancaster PA Workers' Compensation Law Blog

    What Your Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Attorney Wishes You Knew Before Filing For Benefits

    Every day, many people commute to their jobs with no expectation of suffering an injury or accident that may render them unable to continue their assigned duties. When this happens, they are often left struggling with household debt that steadily accumulates as well as doctor’s bills and other types of invoices that need to be paid.  If this has happened to you, contact Vanasse Law, LLC, and speak with a Lancaster workers comp lawyer regarding your accident and the rights you have to receive compensation. We are experienced attorneys who focus our practice on helping injured workers. Below, we discuss…

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    5 Types of Injuries That You May Not Realize Can Qualify For Workers’ Compensation Benefits

    Most people relate workers’ compensation to injuries caused by accidents on the job, such as when an employee breaks their back when falling off a ladder at work. While these types of accidents do generally qualify for workers’ comp benefits, benefits are also available to workers injured in less typical ways. If you have questions about whether or not your illness or injury is covered by workers comp in Pennsylvania, contact Vanasse Law, LLC, and speak with a Lancaster workers’ compensation attorney.     #1 Pre-Existing Conditions Many employees are not aware that under certain conditions they may be able to recover…

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    I’ve Won My Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Case. What Happens Now?

    If you have been approved for workers’ compensation benefits in Pennsylvania, congratulations! It can be a long road! Unfortunately, there are still decisions to be made, and you will need to continue to comply with certain rules to continue receiving your benefits. Our Lancaster work injury lawyer explains more below.  You Will Begin To Receive Benefits Workers’ compensation is designed to assist an injured worker with their medical costs and other costs of living while they recover from their work-related injury. Winning your case and receiving your benefits is a time of relief and allows you to concentrate on your…

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    How to Know If You Should Settle Your Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Claim

    At Vanasse Law, LLC, we have represented a number of persons injured on the job in Pennsylvania and have a plethora of experience handling any issues related to on-the-job injuries. Our Lancaster job injury lawyer, Mike Vanasse, has addressed a number of concerns from persons that have questions regarding their injury and the workers’ compensation process. One of the most common queries he receives is how can a claimant know if they should settle their claim. The following are ways to know whether or not you, the claimant, should settle your workers’ comp claim. Strength Of Your Case Every workers’…

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    9 Common Reasons Workers’ Compensation Claims Are Denied In Pennsylvania

    When you have suffered a work-related illness or injury, you need your workers’ compensation benefits to help support you and your loved ones while you recover. This is why it is so disheartening and overwhelming when your claim for benefits is denied. Fortunately, the attorneys at Vanasse Law, LLC, can help you appeal your denial so that you can receive the benefits to which you are entitled. Reach out today to speak with a Lancaster workplace accident attorney. The following are common reasons why workers’ compensation claims are denied.  #1 You Have A Pre-Existing Condition You may have your claim…

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    Common Terms Used In Workers’ Compensation Claims

    Being injured on the job and having to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits is a process most people hope to avoid over the life of their careers. However, workers are often injured and workers comp is there to help them provide for themselves and their loved ones.  The process of filing for benefits can be intimidating if you have never had to file for benefits before, and the assistance of an experienced Lancaster job injury lawyer cannot be over-emphasized. It also helps to be familiar with some of the terms that are used in the workers’ comp arena….

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    Reasons Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits May Be Terminated & What Happens Next

    For injured and ill workers in Pennsylvania, receiving workers’ comp benefits is often essential to their ability to pay their bills and support themselves and their families. This is why it is so detrimental that they retain these benefits as long as they are able. So, what are the reasons why injured workers in Pennsylvania can lose their hard-won workers’ compensation benefits? Our Lancaster workplace accident attorney explains some of the more common reasons below.   Reasons for Termination Medical Services Receiving a favorable decision regarding your workers’ comp claim does not mean that your obligations to comply with medical treatment…

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    What Qualifies as a Permanent Partial Disability for Workers’ Comp

    When you are injured on the job, you could be eligible for benefits through workers’ compensation, a form of insurance that employers carry for coverage when their workers are injured on the job. Following your injury, workers’ compensation benefits present a form of wage replacement in addition to coverage for medical costs during the time required to recover from your injury.  Workers’ compensation benefits are generally meant to provide a short-term solution for an employee who is injured at work but will eventually be capable of returning to work in some form. When complete recovery happens, ongoing workers’ compensation is…

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    Permanent Impairment Benefits v. Disfigurement Benefits for Workers’ Compensation Injuries

    Experiencing a life-altering, long-term injury while working to support yourself and your family can not only result in a permanent change in your ability to earn but also in long-term medical costs and changes in your quality of life. The purpose of filing a claim or case for your work-related injuries is to cover the costs and damages linked to your injuries, and when they result in impairment or disfigurement, the amount can be substantial.  Exploring options on your case with an experienced PA workers’ compensation lawyer from Vanasse Law, LLC through a free initial consultation is a useful way…

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    Can I Get Workers’ Comp Benefits After Being Terminated in Pennsylvania

    If you have been terminated from your job but believe you are entitled to workers’ compensation, the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorneys at Vanasse Law, LLC have helped employees successfully complete the difficult and often stressful process of getting the workers’ compensation benefits to which they are entitled. Our team is here to answer any questions you might have. Can An Employer Fire an Employee Because of an Injury?  The state of Pennsylvania is one that has an “at-will” employment system in place. This means that an employee is free to leave employment at will or at any given time without…

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