Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Representing Injured Workers
Having worked in the workers’ compensation arena for nearly 30 years, Mr. Pentz is familiar with all types of workers’ compensation claims and other benefits that you may be entitled to in the event of a work injury. If you have been injured on the job in Pennsylvania and have questions about the benefits that might rightfully be yours, please contact us for a free consultation to make sure that you are on the best path to maximize your recovery.
Mr. Pentz can also assist you with appealing workers’ compensation claims that have been denied or pursuing a third-party or civil action for injuries that you have suffered at work, and he can also discuss other options for benefits with you, including unemployment compensation benefits, Social Security Disability and employer-funded benefits.
Mr. Pentz is also able to address issues and questions that may arise regarding payment of your medical bills and liens. He has handled all types of workers’ compensation claims, including those involving various physical injuries as well as psychological or mental issues, hearing loss, occupational diseases, chemical exposure and loss of body parts.
He can assist you at any stage of the workers’ compensation process, from the initial claim or denial of a claim to the handling of efforts to return you to work when you are not ready to do so to the payment of medical bills. Mr. Pentz does not charge a consultation fee for a workers’ compensation case and does not recover any money on your claim unless you receive an award of benefits.
To schedule an appointment to discuss your workers’ compensation claim, please contact us through this website or call 814-359-7268.
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