Spinal Cord Injury
If you are paralyzed or suffer loss of function from a work-related accident, you are entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits. Spinal cord injuries are usually irreversible, and include quadriplegia, paraplegia, paracentesis (partial paralysis) and nerve damage with loss of sensation. The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act covers medical care and related expenses for spinal cord work injuries, such as nursing or assisted living care, wheelchairs, special vans, home modifications, physical therapy, occupational therapy and psychiatric care. Our Workers’ Compensation lawyers are skilled and knowledgeable in bringing a Workers’ Compensation claim that will compensate you for spinal cord work injury to the full extent of the law and will work diligently to ensure that you return to a lifestyle that is as normal and productive as possible after your injuries.
Contact PearsonKoutcher, LLP – Experienced Pennsylvania Workplace Injury Lawyers
At PearsonKoutcher, LLP, our Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorneys have extensive experience representing clients injured in all types of workplace accidents and as a result of various on-the-job hazardous conditions. We understand the complexities of medical diagnoses and work hand-in-hand with your medical care providers to properly address your needs and get you the work injury benefits you deserve under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. Call us to today to set up an appointment with one of our knowledgeable workplace injury lawyers to discuss your workers’ compensation rights under your Act.
Experienced spinal injuries as the result of a work-related accident? You may be entitled to compensation.
You need a work-related injury attorney. Pearson Koutcher Law only handles job injury cases and with over forty years of combined experience, we know how to get the proper injured worker settlements for our spinal injury clients. Our workplace injury attorneys provide outstanding service and exceptional results through hard work and communication. All our workers’ compensation clients are given the phone number of the workman’s comp attorney handling their workmen compensation case and are encouraged to call whenever needed. Consultations are arranged at the convenience of the work comp client, whether in our office or at the workplace accident client’s home. We serve workplace compensation clients in the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia, and New Jersey. Let us help you.
Pearson Koutcher Law
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Bethlehem Office serving the Lehigh Valley
528 Maple Street,
Bethlehem, PA 18018