The amount of your weekly workers’ compensation benefit check depends in part on whether you have a temporary total disability or temporary partial disability. Depending on the severity of the injury and the resulting limitations, your injuries could also be determined to be a permanent disability. The medical determination of your injury is a critically important aspect of your workers’ compensation case.

There are various factors that affect the length of time and the amount of benefits to which an injured worker is entitled. To make sure you get all of the wage loss replacement benefits and medical benefits you are entitled to, it is important to work with a lawyer who has extensive experience representing injured workers in the workers’ compensation area.

Impairment Ratings: Representing Injured Workers Since 1991

Pennsylvania attorney Louis P. Lombardi II has represented injured workers in workers’ compensation since 1991. He also has previous relevant legal experience as an insurance defense lawyer. Mr. Lombardi understands the workers’ compensation system from both sides, and he uses his knowledge to provide aggressive advocacy to workers who need help navigating the workers’ compensation system.

Depending on the extent of your injuries, you may want to consider a lump-sum payment or a settlement instead of receiving ongoing workers’ compensation benefits. Attorney Louis P. Lombardi II can explain the pros and cons of each option and help you make an informed decision.

If you have questions about impairment ratings or partial versus total disability, contact our law firm for a private consultation. This aspect of workers’ compensation law is complicated and each case is unique. Therefore, for your benefit, we request that you contact us directly and we will be happy to discuss the different facets of this area of the law.

We serve injured workers from the Montgomery County, Bucks County and the surrounding areas. Our practice includes all of the counties in southeastern Pennsylvania, including Delaware, Chester and Berks counties.