Lump Sum Settlement Lawyer
Under Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law, injured workers have the right to receive weekly disability checks and the right to receive medical treatment for their injuries.
In many workplace accident cases, it is more beneficial for injured workers to receive a lump sum settlement rather than to continue receiving weekly compensation checks.
At the Pennsylvania law offices of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC, we have been helping injured workers navigate the workers’ compensation system since 1991. That includes negotiating with insurance companies and their lawyers to obtain lump sum settlements for our clients. Pennsylvania workers’ compensation lawyer Louis P. Lombardi II has dedicated most of his legal career to aggressive advocacy for injured workers. If you have questions about lump sum settlements for workers’ compensation claims, call us to make an appointment for a private consultation. We have offices in Montgomery County and Bucks County.
The Benefits of a Lump-Sum Workers’ Compensation Settlement
A lump sum settlement could give you and your family the chance to get ahead financially, instead of relying on your week-to-week workers’ comp checks. A lump sum settlement could help you access vocational retraining or additional education — to enable you to start a new career.
Sometimes an injured worker will benefit from a structured settlement. For example, a young individual who has been seriously injured may want the certainty and tax advantage of receiving guaranteed periodic payments. Our firm has great success in structuring settlements that protect and provide peace of mind for our clients.
If you have questions about workers’ compensation lump sum settlements or structured settlements in Pennsylvania, contact the law office of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC. Call toll-free at 610.239.7600. When you contact our office, you will be able to speak with Mr. Lombardi personally.
We serve injured workers from Montgomery County, Bucks County, and the surrounding areas. Our practice includes all of the counties in southeastern Pennsylvania, including Delaware, Chester and Berks counties.