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Montgomery & Bucks County Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Experienced Pennsylvania Workers' Comp Benefits Lawyer

You can be a model employee, but if you are injured on the job you cannot assume your employer will act in your best interests. You have to know your rights and act according to very specific rules and laws in a timely way. That may be an overwhelming task for an individual who has been seriously injured in a work accident. Our law firm, Louis P. Lombardi II & Associates, P.C., assures you that you don't have to do it alone.

Lou Lombardi has helped thousands of injured workers in Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County, and Delaware County. He aggressively pursues your Pennsylvania workers' compensation rights and all of the benefits to which you are entitled.

Free Consultation — Call us for an explanation of your rights and benefits. Even if you were injured while working in New Jersey or Delaware, we may be able to file your claim in Pennsylvania. Also, learn about the workers' compensation process and get answers to frequently asked questions about workers' comp.

Enforcing Your Work Injury Rights Since 1991

Attorney Louis P. Lombardi II has represented injured employees since 1991. His valuable claimants' legal experience and prior experience in insurance defense have served his clients well. For the past 16 years, he has served as chairman of the Workers' Compensation Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association. Mr. Lombardi has won many large settlements for claimants who have a permanent disability, and large awards for injured individuals to help retrain them for the work force. He handles all categories of claims:

We're On Your Side

There is an immediate conflict of interest between an injured employee and the employer obligated to pay for medical care and disability income. It is easy to be misled by your employer or the workers' compensation insurer. They may misstate your rights, actively challenge or resist your claim, or even pressure you to return to work prematurely.

For example, injured workers are often told — illegally — that they must see the company's doctor. These not-so-independent physicians may downgrade your injuries and disability or even release you back to work too soon. At worst, they may not be qualified to treat your condition. In fact, you may have the right to choose your own physicians, even in the first 90 days. How can you tell the difference? It takes a knowledgeable lawyer to guide clients in this area. In addition, we help clients find competent doctors and specialists who can properly treat your injury and advocate for you.

In addition to medical benefits, you also may be entitled to weekly or biweekly disability benefits based on a percentage of your wages, including bonuses, overtime and second jobs. Employers and insurers may miscalculate the amount of disability benefits that may be owed to you. If you do not have someone who is capable of calculating your correct disability rate, you may continue to be underpaid. Our law firm is proficient at calculating our client's benefits and making sure the insurance company compensates clients fairly. Issues you may encounter even while you are receiving your workers' compensation benefits could include the following: scheduling you for an unreasonable independent medical exam (IME), the abrupt termination of benefits and return-to-work threats. Louis P. Lombardi II & Associates will advise you on what is necessary to force your employer and their insurance carrier to adhere to the law.

Your Responsibilities After a Work Injury

You must report an accident or injury to your employer as soon as possible. You must specify how the injury occurred at work. Tell the doctor about any pain or limitations and follow through with prescribed treatment. Also, inform your doctor if your medical condition changes or you return to work. And last, but not least, call our Plymouth Meeting office and speak to Lou Lombardi to expedite the receipt of your compensation benefits.

Our Responsibilities As Your Workers' Compensation Law Firm

We take our responsibility to our clients very seriously. Unlike some law firms, we return our clients' calls promptly and provide them with copies of our correspondence relating to their cases. We keep our clients informed about the status of their cases every step of the way. Our clients never need to guess about what is happening. Our reputation for personal attention and excellent results shows in the number of clients who come back to us and send their friends and family to our firm.

Contact a Pennsylvania Benefits Attorney Today to Discuss Your Injuries

Contact us if you have made a workers' comp claim and you are not receiving benefits. You may also contact us as soon as you are injured so we can properly document your workers' compensation claim from the beginning. We serve injured workers from the Montgomery and Bucks County areas. Our workers' comp benefits practice includes all of the counties in southeastern Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester and Berks counties.


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