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Tell us how you were injured, and our personal injury lawyers will tell you how they would value your worker’s compensation case. We have over 40 years’ experience helping accident victims and we can answer your questions about your injuries including how much your injury claim is worth and if you qualify for a lump sum settlement.


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*Notice: An attorney at our office will review your information within 48 hours and perform an analysis based on Pennsylvania workers compensation rates. Our analysis may vary from the comp rates in your state. This estimate is not a guarantee of the compensation you may be entitled to, nor does it indicate that you are entitled to compensation. Further, this does not constitute a request by you for representation and is only an informational request. Please read our site disclaimer for further information about this. In addition, our analysis will only provide a rough estimate based on workers compensation rates that exist in Pennsylvania. There are many factors that may affect the value of your case which could include your medical records and nature of your injury, your prior medical condition, nature of your work, the insurance carrier assigned to your claim, your education level and ability to perform other work, and many others.



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