Helping Injured Workers Obtain Maximum Compensation

You expect your workplace to be safe. You go to work planning to do your job, not expecting that potential hazards lurk around the corner. Unfortunately, most serious workplace injuries occur when you least expect it.

After an on-the-job accident, your first step is to get the appropriate medical treatment. Next, if you experience difficulty with your workers' compensation claim, you should strongly consider speaking with an experienced lawyer.

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, we are prepared to help you deal with the pressures of ongoing medical treatment, mounting bills and the discouraging possibility of long-term loss of employment. For over 60 years, Pennsylvanians have relied on us in cases involving workplace accidents and injuries. We can help you appeal denied workers' compensation benefits.

We handle these cases on a contingency basis, meaning we don't charge any attorney fees unless you recover denied benefits. Contact our law offices to speak with one of our knowledgeable workers' compensation attorneys.Workers' Compensation

If you are injured at work, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits covering lost wages, medical expenses and payment for a permanent disability. Some workers' compensation cases do not require the assistance of a lawyer and can be resolved amicably. However, in the event your claim is denied or other parties become contentious, we are here to help. When applicable, we can also aid you in holding a third party responsible for the injuries you have suffered due to their negligence.

We carefully guide our clients through every step of the workers' compensation process. We are prepared to address all of your questions and concerns, including those regarding:

Social Security Disability

If you have suffered a permanent injury or have a lasting disabling condition such as a mental disorder, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). A majority of Social Security Disability applications are initially denied. To limit the potential of this happening, we will help you assemble the medical records you will need to clearly demonstrate your disability. When necessary, we can also assist with appeals.

To discuss how we may be of assistance, call us at 215-822-7575 or at 800-358-9367 toll free, or contact us online.