Pittsburgh Workers' Compensation Lawyers and Lump Sum Settlements
If you have been injured on the job and can no longer work, it may be possible for you to receive a workers' compensation lump sum settlement, ending your workers' compensation claim. The lump sum is essentially a sum that encompasses all wage loss benefits while ending all claims for future medical expenses related to your on-the-job injury. Many people choose to receive a lump sum payout because they no longer have to be monitored by workers' compensation and they can use that significant sum to return to school for retraining or to purchase a home or pay off a large debt.
Call 412-567-7970 or 888-334-6012 or E-Mail an Attorney at Ogg Murphy & Perkosky. When You Cannot Stand Up Alone, We Stand Up for You.
At the law office of Ogg Murphy & Perkosky, we offer free initial consultations to help injured workers understand their rights in regard to a workers' compensation claim. Our Pennsylvania law firm has represented the rights of injured workers in workers' claim compensation matters for nearly three decades. Our lawyers will help you understand your rights and your options with regard to a lump sum settlement. Based on our decades of experience and knowledge of workers' compensation law, we can help you understand what kind of lump sum settlement you may be able to receive.
Examining the Entire Financial Picture
We will make a full review of your case, including the potential ramifications that a lump sum may have on other kinds of benefits you may be receiving. The timing of the receipt of benefits such as Medicare, Social Security Disability and other benefits can have an effect on your lump sum settlement. It is important to speak to an experienced workers' compensation attorney so that you can have an understanding of the best way to approach your case and move forward with your life.
Contact an Attorney at Ogg Murphy & Perkosky: 412-567-7970 or 888-334-6012
If you have questions or just want to review a plan of action with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer, we do not charge a fee for a free, confidential consultation.
We represent all workers' compensation clients on a contingency basis, which means that our fee is tied to our successful resolution of your workers' compensation claim. Talk to one of our lawyers for more information: 412-567-7970 or 888-334-6012. You may also contact us through e-mail.