Addressing Your Workers’ Compensation Concerns


If you suffered an injury in a workplace accident, you may have various questions and concerns about your rights, options and claim for workers’ compensation benefits. At Luxenberg Garbett Kelly & George we understand the aftermath of a work accident is complex, which is why we take the time to address your individual concerns and answer your questions.

Our New Castle lawyers have decades of combined experience working on behalf of the injured. From litigation after a claim denial to working to maximize the benefits available to you, we are adept at protecting the rights and interests of all types of Pennsylvania workers. You can rely on our knowledge of the law, dedication to client results and willingness to stand up to insurance companies.

You Deserve Answers

Our lawyers strive to provide personal and attentive service to each of our workers’ compensation claims. We take each case seriously, working one-on-one with clients to help them understand the progress of their case and their legal options. Some of the most common questions our clients ask include the following:

What should I do after a work injury? There is a limited amount of time to report a work injury to your employer. It may also be beneficial to seek legal guidance as you complete your workers’ compensation claim.

How much will I receive? The amount depends on the nature of your injury, what you need for recovery and how long you will need to recover before you return to work.

How long will my benefits last? There is no set time for how long benefits last. The length of time you will receive payments depends on your injuries and the time you need away from work, as well as continued medical care.

Can I sue my employer? Filing for workers’ compensation benefits means you cannot sue your employer, but in some cases, an injured worker has grounds for a third-party personal injury claim.

How can a lawyer help me? An experienced legal ally can help you with every aspect of the workers’ compensation claims process, from completing the initial application to litigating a denied claim.

Workers’ compensation insurance companies do not have your best interests in mind, but we do. We will work to address your concerns honestly and inform you of your legal options.

Help For The Entire Claims Process

Injured Pennsylvania workers can turn to our attorneys for experienced guidance during the entire workers’ compensation claims process. Call our firm at 724-761-2094 or complete the online contact form to make your appointment for a free, no-pressure case evaluation.