As a worker injured on the job in Pennsylvania, you are entitled to workers' compensation medical benefits for that injury or for an occupational disease. The law requires that your employer pay all reasonable and necessary medical treatment needed as the result of your work-related injury or disease.
Sounds simple, right? In reality, the process is not as simple as it sounds.
Your employer can refuse to pay any medical bill, and employers often do when they have filed a utilization review. When that happens, your case will go to a Utilization Review organization. The Utilization Review organization then makes a decision. If you or your employer disagrees with that decision, your case then goes before a workers' compensation judge.
Other times, some employers simply don't pay the bills even though the law says that they're supposed to pay.
All the while, the clock keeps ticking, you have problems getting the treatment you need, and your stress keeps mounting.
You have enough on your hands trying to get better from your work-related accident or your occupational disease. Let the experienced workers' compensation attorneys of The Law Office of James R. Flandreau fight for you.
The lawyers at The Law Office of James R. Flandreau in Media fight for people like you who just want to receive the workers' compensation medical benefits they are entitled to. A specialist* in workers' compensation, firm founder James R. Flandreau has been at this fight for nearly three decades.
If necessary, we will take your fight into the courtroom and have the judge decide it, because that's how we prepare each case. We will do our very best to get you everything you are entitled to. And remember: We don't get paid unless you get paid.
If you have been injured on the job and need help getting your medical benefits, call The Law Office of James R. Flandreau in Media, Pennsylvania. We can help, and we don't get paid unless you get paid. So contact us either online or by calling 610-565-4750 to schedule your free initial consultation.
* Certified as a specialist in the practice of workers' compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Section on Workers' Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
There are strict time limits in workers' compensation and in Social Security cases, so do not delay.