Workers' Compensation Covers A Wide Range Of Injuries

Many employees may continue to work through serious injuries to keep providing for their family. You may feel you cannot afford to take the time off from work, but you have a legal right to receive temporary or permanent disability benefits while you recover. As long as we determine your injury is work-related, you can obtain the compensation you deserve.

I have helped injured workers in the greater Williamsport area and central Pennsylvania through the benefits process for more than 20 years. You should not have to suffer the emotional, financial and legal stress in addition to your physical injury. Retaining an experienced lawyer can help relieve that stress and ensure your rights are protected throughout the entire process. I work efficiently to get you compensation, so you can concentrate on a smooth recovery. Regardless of your injury, you can find the help you need at Stapp Law, LLC.

Injuries Covered By Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation

The workers' compensation system pays financial benefits to workers for a wide variety of injuries sustained during the course of employment, including:

  • Herniated or bulging disks and other injuries to the back
  • Head, neck or spinal cord injuries
  • Repetitive motion injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Hearing or vision loss
  • Asthma or lung conditions from work environment
  • Toxin exposure leading to poisoning or burns
  • Muscle tears, bone fractures or lacerations
  • Work-induced issues causing anything from heart attacks to emotional trauma

I have successfully represented individuals and groups injured by everything from workplace accidents to exposure to things like acids, industrial chemicals, asbestos and many other chemicals known to cause great injury to health.

Call An Attorney For Help With All Types Of Injury Claims

To schedule a free initial consultation, call 570-980-1865 or email me. I will take the time to answer your questions and explain your legal options without cost or obligation. Your consultation will be strictly confidential.