Workers’ Compensation

Attorney Cathy Surbeck discusses subrogation and liens on third party settlements.

Workers’ compensation—sometimes referred to as workers’ comp— is a set of civil laws protecting both worker and employer in the event of workplace injuries. A workplace injury can arise from an accident at work or repetitive work conditions that cause sickness or disability. In Pennsylvania, workers’ compensation laws afford injured employees and their loved ones several types of benefits.

Year after year, falls, struck-by accidents, electrocutions, and caught-in or between accidents are leading contributors to construction worker deaths. That is why OSHA has dubbed these the “Fatal Four” types of construction accidents. OSHA officials estimate that eliminating these common hazards could save more than 600 American worker lives every year.

Philadelphia Workers Compensation Lawyers Report on OSHA Fatal Four Stats from 2016An injured worker or his dependent may be entitled to the following benefits:

  • Weekly compensation to the injured worker
  • Reasonable, necessary and related medical treatment
  • Death benefits and burial expenses to a deceased worker’s dependents

Your employer and its insurance carrier have teams of lawyers to deny claims or minimize payments of workers’ compensation claims. Our workers’ compensation department will use its experience and litigation skills to protect your rights to benefits.

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at Freedman & Lorry, P.C. Stand Beside Injured Workers

When a worker incurs injuries while at their job, our Philadelphia workers’ compensation lawyers at Freedman & Lorry, P.C. will fight for maximum compensation for their injuries. Contact us today at 215-925-8400 or 888-999-1962 or contact us online. We proudly serve clients in Philadelphia, Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern and Central New Jersey, and North Carolina.


Learn more about Workers’ Compensation.