Work-Related Crush Injury | Workers Compensation

Workplace injuries that result in crushing of a hand, foot or limb can be life-changing, job-ending and potentially fatal for the victim of an accident suffered while working.

Crush injuries can lead to complex regional pain syndrome or reflex sympathetic dystrophy. They can also result in the complete loss of use of the injured body part.

Obtaining benefits for these types of injuries should not difficult — but often are. Give yourself the best chance for a positive outcome by contacting an experienced Pennsylvania workers' compensation attorney with proven skills, dedication and reputation for results.

Joseph DeRita of the Law Offices of Joseph DeRita is that kind of lawyer — and has been for 25 years of service to injured worker clients and their families in Bucks County, Schuylkill County, Allentown and throughout the Lehigh Valley.

Joseph DeRita carefully and accurately analyzes types of medical care and benefits you may need to recover from your injuries and return to your job. He has a complete understanding of personal injury, workers' compensation and third-party claims law, and knows the wide range of benefits available to workplace injury victims.

To find out more about our law firm's big-city experience and small-town values, get honest answers to your questions and to arrange your free initial consultation at your home or a hospital room, call toll free or email the Law Offices of Joseph DeRita today.

Serious medical problems that workplace crush injury victims may experience include:

  • Bleeding
  • Bruising
  • Compartment syndrome
  • Nerve, muscle, tissue and blood vessel damage in the arms or legs
  • Fractures
  • Open wounds
  • Nerve injury
  • Amputation
  • Death

Crush injuries can be very expensive to treat. They may make it impossible for you to return to your previous job, and may limit the type of work you can do at a new job. The wage and medical benefits you receive should cover the full cost of your health care treatment and provide partial or complete disability benefits either temporarily or permanently.

To eliminate any worries you might have about the cost of our skilled workers' comp attorney's quality representation, we offer a contingency fee basis for our work. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.

Contact Allentown Hand And Foot Injuries Lawyer Joseph DeRita

Your initial consultation with Bucks County work-related crush injury lawyer is free and arranged at this toll-free number — . We can also be contacted by email.

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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325 Chestnut Street, Suite 710
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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338 West Lloyd Street
Shenandoah, PA 17976
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