Get The Compensation You Are Due After A Work Injury
Were you injured at work? If so, you deserve compensation. It’s as simple as that.
The workers’ compensation system is designed to make things easier for workers who have suffered injuries on the job. It is supposed to help you get the medical treatment you need and provide an income while you recover. Unfortunately, the process is not always as simple as it should be.
Sometimes, the insurance company seems more interested in its profits than it is in doing its job. When that happens, the Law Offices of Hall & Copetas is here to help anyone in or near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. We have more than 45 years of combined experience pursuing workers’ compensation claims for our clients.
We Have Clients, Not Just Cases
We take each one of our clients’ cases personally. We never lose sight of the fact that each case centers around a real person, with a real family and real needs. We know how important fair compensation and medical benefits are in terms of helping you rebuild your life after an injury. We will put 100 percent of our efforts into helping you.
Workers’ compensation provides benefits for all manner of work-related injuries and illnesses, including:
- Accidental slips, trips and falls
- The aggravation of a pre-existing condition
- Occupational diseases, like cancer
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Auto and truck accidents during job-related activities
- Accidents involving third parties due to defective machinery and equipment or other reasons
Whether you are a nursing home employee who has been hurt lifting a patient, a trucker who was injured in an accident on the road, a coal miner who suffers from an occupational illness like cancer or a worker hurt in an oil or gas rig explosion, we are here. We never shy away from handling tough claims, including those involving injured union employees.
Who Can We Help?
Has your workers’ compensation claim been wrongfully denied? Have you received notice that your benefits are being suspended? Have you received a letter saying your benefits are about to suddenly end, even though you are not yet able to work? Are you just ready to settle out your claim?