Our firm represents Bustleton and South Philadelphia workers in a variety of injuries who have suffered a paralysis work injury: Office workers, health care workers, construction workers, factory and machine workers, warehouse workers, truckers, airline workers, and others. Whether your injuries occurred in a work-related car accident or in a machinery accident, a Philadelphia workplace paralysis injury attorney can help you maximize your compensation.
Seeking Benefits For A Paralysis Work Injury
When a work-related accident results in paralysis, paraplegia, or quadriplegia, the accident victim can seek many types of workers’ compensation benefits, including:
- Disfigurement or “specific loss” benefits
- Medical benefits
- Permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits
- Temporary total disability (TTD) benefits
You may also be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits and other benefits. Following a workplace paralysis injury, talk over your legal options with an experienced Philadelphia attorney from our firm.
Meet With a Philadelphia Workplace Paralysis Injury Attorney
Learn more about your legal options after suffering a paralysis injury at work. Contact a Philadelphia workplace paralysis injury lawyer from Gross & Kenny, LLP, today.