Pennsylvania Lawyer FAQs
Solnick & Associate’s attorneys answer Pennsylvania residents’ questions about personal injury lawsuits and workers’ compensation.
If you have been injured in an auto accident, suffered a work-related injury, or been injured on someone else’s property, you may be interested in getting help to cover your medical expenses and other losses. Determining your legal rights requires careful analysis and a thorough investigation, so if you are considering pursuing a claim we encourage you to contact us right away.
During your free initial consultation, we will sit down with you to understand what happened and start to figure out if you may be entitled to compensation. If so, we will fight vigorously to secure the largest possible award for your injuries and losses. In the meantime, we invite you to read our FAQs to learn more about your situation. Click the links below for our attorneys’ answers to frequently asked questions about personal injury and workers’ compensation claims:
Personal injury claims involve seeking compensation from the party that was responsible for causing your injuries (such as a negligent driver). Personal injury claims are often resolved through insurance settlements, though our attorneys have also taken many cases to trial. In our personal injury FAQs, we answer questions like:
- What is a personal injury claim?
- How much is your case worth?
- How do you get what you are owed for your personal injury claim?
See more questions and get answers to all of our personal injury FAQs.
If your accident happened at work, you may be entitled to benefits under workers compensation. In Pennsylvania, most employers are required to carry insurance to cover their employees’ injuries. Workers compensation is a “no-fault” system, which means that workers can collect benefits even if their employer was not responsible for their injuries. The questions we cover in our workers compensation FAQs include:
- What is workers’ compensation?
- When should I hire an attorney if I am injured at work?
- What kind of medical treatment is an injured worker entitled to?
Learn the answers to questions such as:
- Should I still hire an attorney if my request for benefits has already been denied?
- Can I still obtain SSD benefits if I am able to work occasionally or part-time?
- How does my attorney get paid for handling my Social Security Disability or SSI claim?
Schedule Your Free Consultation at Solnick & Associates, LLC Today
At Solnick & Associates, LLC, we represent accident victims in the greater Philadelphia area, and throughout Pennsylvania. If you have been seriously injured in an accident, we want to help you secure maximum compensation for your losses. To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced attorneys, call (877) 415-6495 or contact us online today.