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Category Archives: Workers Compensation


Can I Choose My Own Doctor if I’m Injured at Work?

By Haggerty Hinton & Cosgrove LLP |

In Pennsylvania the workers’ compensation system allows most workers injured on the job to receive insurance benefits to cover the costs of their injury. There are though, many requirements and procedures injured employees must follow. Likewise, there are just as many questions surrounding these procedures. One of these, and one of the most complicated,… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation and Third Party Claims

By Haggerty Hinton & Cosgrove LLP |

The line between workers’ compensation claims and personal injury lawsuits is sometimes blurry. When injured on the job, most people automatically think they must go through workers’ compensation in order to claim benefits. However, this isn’t always the case. When a third party has caused the accident that resulted in injury, the employee can… Read More »

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Can I Sue My Employer if I was Injured at Work?

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When a person becomes injured and they believe someone else was at fault for the accident, they often wonder if they can file a lawsuit against the at-fault party. A lawsuit can provide compensation for injury-related expenses such as medical bills, loss of income, and more. However, pursuing a personal injury lawsuit is generally… Read More »

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