Why Work With Us?
The attorneys of Wolf, Baldwin & Associates, P.C., have litigated all kinds of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation cases over the years. We handle wage loss claims, claims for medical benefits, occupational disease claims, scarring and fatal claim cases. Workers’ compensation is a specialized area of the law in Pennsylvania, and the attorney you choose must of course be well-versed in the law. But it is not enough that the workers’ compensation lawyer knows the law — the client must feel comfortable talking to the lawyer, and must be confident accepting the lawyer’s advice.
We’re Prepared To Answer All Your Workers’ Comp Questions
It is extremely important that our workers’ compensation clients feel comfortable talking to us. Injuries on the job can be devastating to both our clients and their families. There are many questions that need to be answered quickly after a work injury:
- What doctor can I see?
- How do I file a claim?
- What happens if I miss work?
- Can I be fired?
- What if my injury is permanent?
- What if a defective product or someone other than my employer caused my injury?
Clients need answers to their questions quickly, and as a workers’ compensation case progresses there will always be many more questions that require answers. At Wolf, Baldwin & Associates, P.C., we answer your questions promptly, and we do our best to secure wage loss payments and medical benefits quickly for our clients. If it becomes appropriate to settle your Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claim, we negotiate with the insurance companies and their lawyers to reach fair settlements.
We Are Committed To Communicating With Our Clients
Another aspect of being comfortable with your lawyer is an open line of communication. We make ourselves available to our workers’ comp clients and prospective clients. During normal business hours, you won’t get voice mail if you call our office. If one of our attorneys is not available, a person, not a machine, will take your message. We do our best to answer our phone calls and emails within 24 hours, whether you are a new client or a claimant whom we have been representing for years.
We Handle Your Case On Contingency
It is important to understand that in Pennsylvania most lawyers charge contingent fees in workers’ compensation cases. This means that we get paid a fixed percentage of what we recover for you out of your wage benefit, otherwise known as your indemnity benefit. Our fees must always be approved by a workers’ compensation judge. When a client is being paid everything to which he or she is entitled, and we do not have to file any petitions or defend any petitions filed by the workers’ compensation insurance company, it is not unusual for us to advise that client for months or even years without being paid.
Your consultation in workers’ comp cases is always free. Therefore, it makes sense to talk with a professional when you have questions. It will cost you nothing to ask us questions. As with all cases we handle, you will receive a fee agreement in writing if you choose us to represent your interests.
We Are Highly Effective Litigators And Knowledgeable Advisers
The attorneys of Wolf, Baldwin & Associates, P.C., are no strangers to Pennsylvania workers’ compensation courtrooms. Two of our attorneys are certified specialists in workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. We are ready, willing and able to go to battle for our clients, if necessary.
Insurance companies will always be represented by experienced workers’ compensation attorneys. You deserve expert advice, too. If the insurance company unfairly denies you your rights, we will fight the workers’ comp insurance carrier for your right to receive workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania.
We’re Here To Help — Contact Us Today
We invite you to contact our Pottstown workers’ comp lawyers if:
- You or a loved one has been injured or contracted a disease on the job and you are not receiving benefits.
- You are receiving benefits and are not sure if you are getting everything to which you are entitled under the law.
- A loved one has died from an injury or disease sustained on the job.
- You are collecting benefits and would like to discuss a settlement (Compromise and Release) of your case.
- You previously settled your wage benefit in a commutation, and you would like to settle the medical portion of your claim.
- You need to file a claim petition, fatal claim petition, penalty petition, or reinstatement petition, or if you need to defend a termination petition, suspension petition, or modification petition.