Workers' Compensation Petitions

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Filing a Workers' Compensation Petition? We Can Help

There are a number of different petitions that you may need to file during the Pennsylvania workers' compensation process. These petitions address a range of issues, from filing a claim, to reviewing medical information, to approving a lump sum settlement.

We guarantee that your employers' insurance company understands everything about these petitions – when to file them, how to file them, and the deadlines they must meet. Going up against that level of knowledge on your own is a big risk. Your employer and their insurance company won't tell you what to expect. They won't tell you how to protect your rights. They won't tell you what they're doing and why.

We will.

If you hire us, we'll tell you what we need to do to build the strongest case possible. We'll file any necessary petitions, keep track of deadlines, and make sure you understand what's happening every step of the way.

We know that the work comp system can be confusing and you probably have questions about your claim. Take advantage of our no obligation, free legal consultation. We'll talk about your claim and let you know if we think you have a case. Call us at 1-866-943-3427 or fill out the form to the right.

What Workers' Compensation Petitions Can I File?

You might be familiar with one or two of the work comp petitions you can file, but there are quite a few, and they can all play a part in making sure you protect your benefits. After working with more than 8,000 injured workers over the years, we've handled every type of petition you'll see below thousands of times.

If you hire us, we'll explain any petition we need to file – and then file it for you. The weight of the legal process, paperwork, and trying to understand it all will be totally off of your shoulders. Here are the types of petitions that we can file on your behalf:

  • Claim Petition
  • Employee Challenge
  • Petition for Penalties
  • Review Compensation Benefits
  • Review Compensation Benefit Offset
  • Review Medical Treatment and/or Billing
  • Set Aside Final Receipt
  • Seek Approval of a Compromise and Release

What Petitions can My Employer File?

You get a notice that your employer's insurance company has filed a petition about your claim. Questions probably start racing through your mind right away: What should I do? What does it mean? Will I lose my benefits?

Now imagine if the only thing you had to do was make one phone call and then not worry about it again. If you work with one of our attorneys, you don't have to try and figure out the answers to those questions – that's our job. Here are some of the petitions your employer's insurance company can file:

  • Petition to Terminate, Modify, or Suspend Benefits
  • Utilization Review
  • Petition to Compel a Medical Examination
  • Petition to Compel an Expert Interview
  • Review Compensation Benefits
  • Review Compensation Benefit Offset
  • Review Medical Treatment and/or Billing
  • Seek Approval of a Compromise and Release

We've dealt with them all and nothing will come as a surprise to us. We can walk you through the entire process, from beginning to end.

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