Workers’ Compensation Lawyers


What Should I Do If the Insurance Company Refuses to Pay My Medical Bills?

You have rights. A workers' compensation lawyer can protect them. In most cases, when workers are injured on the job, workers' compensation pays for injury-related expenses. But what happens if your employer's workers' compensation insurance company refuses to pay your medical bills? What options are available to you? Can you appeal your denied workers' comp claim? And...

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Warning! Insurance Companies Might Use Shady Tactics Like These to Reduce Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits

The right attorney can fight for all the compensation you deserve. Workers' compensation is supposed to be straightforward. You're hurt at work, and the insurance company pays your medical expenses and a percentage of your lost income, as well as certain other benefits if you sustain a permanent injury. The reality, however, is often more...

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Common Hand and Wrist Injuries Eligible for Workers' Compensation in Pennsylvania

Workplace hand injuries can be painful and debilitating. Some of the most common work injuries involve the hand and wrist. From construction to food service, retail to healthcare: The risk is present in almost every industry. Nationwide, more than 10 percent of work injuries reported in 2020 involved damage to an employee's hand or wrist. Whether the injury is...

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Not Quite Ready to Retire, but Illness or Disease is Making It Hard to Keep Working?

Talk to a lawyer about Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits. What happens when illness, disease, or other medical conditions make it difficult to keep working? Fortunately, a lifeline exists for many workers – Social Security Disability, also referred to as SSD. But what is Social Security Disability? Is there a difference between SSD and “regular, age-related”...

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What To Do When Medical Treatment is Being Delayed because of Problems with Workers' Compensation

Protect your rights and talk to a workers' compensation lawyer. If you’ve been hurt on the job, your priority should be getting the medical attention you need to put yourself in the best position to recover. In most cases, healthcare treatments and procedures should be taken care of right away. We understand it can be...

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Understanding How and Why Employers Can Make Workplace Safety a Priority

Work injuries and illnesses can be devastating and difficult for people to overcome. Workplace safety has long been a priority in Northeastern Pennsylvania. A big reason why stems from the area's history of workplace accidents, especially in the anthracite coal mining industry in the 19th century. Some of the first workplace safety inspection laws and labor...

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Can My Employer Say I’m an Independent Contractor To Get Out of Paying Workers’ Comp?

If you’re an injured worker misclassified as an independent contractor, it’s time to fight for your right to workers’ compensation benefits. "In the state of Pennsylvania, an employer is not allowed to misclassify you as an independent contractor to get out of paying for workers' comp and other benefits," says O'Malley & Langan Founder and...

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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims

Our firm pursues justice for veterans and their families. The safety of service members and their families who sacrificed so much to serve their country should be paramount, but unfortunately, our country has not always met that responsibility. For decades, Marines and their families who resided at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina were exposed to...

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I Was Hurt at Work, Then Laid Off. Now What?

Just because you lost your job doesn't mean you lose your legal rights. A workplace injury can have serious consequences. You might need extensive medical treatment, follow-up medical care, and time off from work to fully recover. The last thing you need is to also lose your job while you're dealing with this situation —...

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Office Locations



201 Franklin Avenue

Scranton, PA 18503

p. 570-344-2667



9 North Main Street

Pittston, PA 18640

p. 570-883-1321



213 Main Street

Towanda, PA 18848

p. 570-265-5800