Work-Related Amputation Lawyer

 

The loss of a limb can leave an injured worker with physical and emotional devastation, and long-lasting financial impact on his or her family if workers' compensation benefits are delayed or denied.

Medical bills and lost wages accumulate. Special medical equipment may be necessary, including a prosthesis that restores an employee's ability to work. Advanced ongoing rehabilitation may be in order. A worker's ability to earn a paycheck, and future earnings capacity, can be seriously compromised.

At the Law Offices of Joseph DeRita in Jamison, our Bucks County and Lehigh Valley workers' compensation law firm is highly familiar with extreme hardships faced by those who have lost arms, legs, eyes and other body parts in accidents suffered on the job.

Our skilled attorney Joseph DeRita has helped hardworking people like you for 25 years and has the track record of success to show for it. His professional passion — his mission, in every case he handles — is winning financial compensation for our clients.

As your lawyer, Joseph DeRita investigates the accident that caused your amputation and skillfully negotiates with your employer's insurer to offer your best chance of receiving the wage and medical benefits you deserve. Contact us today to arrange your free initial consultation. We can visit with you at your home or hospital room if necessary.

Big-City Experience + Small-Town Values = Work Injury Law Done Right

Amputation, crush injuries and building collapse injuries are common in construction accidents and in mishaps that occur in other lines of work that require the use of heavy equipment — equipment that can malfunction or become defective, and add a product liability dimension to your injury claim.

If you have suffered loss of use or loss of a body part in a workplace accident in Pennsylvania, it is important to explore all legal avenues so you can receive the compensation he need so badly.

A loss of limb can qualify a worker for benefits due to a schedule loss of use or partial permanent disability, if not a total permanent disability. If your injury was caused by a negligent third party, Joseph DeRita can serve as co-counsel with other attorneys to pursue additional compensation through a third-party claim lawsuit.

Bucks County work-related amputation attorney Joseph DeRita can speak with you in a free initial consultation arranged at this toll-free number — . Your email message receives our prompt attention.

Law Offices of Joseph DeRita

1753 Kendarbren Drive, Suite 621
Jamison, PA 18929
Phone: 215-491-1900
Fax: 215-491-1905
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Philadelphia office

325 Chestnut Street, Suite 710
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: 215-491-1900
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Shenandoah office

338 West Lloyd Street
Shenandoah, PA 17976
Phone: 215-491-1900
Fax: 215-491-1905
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