Workers' Compensation Resources
Were you injured on the job? Do you have questions? Not sure what to expect?
At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we know the Pennsylvania workers' compensation system can
be very confusing. The insurance company will not look out for your best interest, so you should learn everything you possibly can.
Workers' Compensation Guide for Pennsylvania
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In this free e-book, our law firm will help you understand the Pennsylvania workers' compensation system, and the decisions you will face. Information in the book includes:
- Taking the right steps after a work injury
- Types of workers' compensation benefits and payments
- What to do if you've been denied benefits
- Avoiding the risk of losing your benefits
- Accepting a lump sum settlement offer
- And more
Helpful Links to Other Workers' Compensation Resources
Looking for more information about Pennsylvania workers' compensation? We've compiled a list of helpful links to useful phone numbers and more to make things a little easier for you.
- Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry – 717-787-5279
- Get general guidance on Pennsylvania workers' compensation laws, rules, and regulations.
- Claim Information Helpline
- Calls within Pennsylvania: 1-800-482-2383
- Local calls or calls outside of Pennsylvania: 717-772-4447
- Information for People with Hearing and Speech Loss (TTY): 1-800-362-4228
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) – This federal agency conducts research, trains professionals, and creates solutions for healthy and safe workplaces. Workers can get specific information regarding their job safety or health problems from NIOSH by calling 1-800-356-4674.
- United States Department of Labor and Industry, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – OSHA is a governmental resource dedicated to saving lives, preventing injuries, and protecting the health of American workers by collaborating with employees and employers.