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How is a Workers' Comp Settlement Determined?

Experienced Philadelphia Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Benefits for workers' compensation are usually paid out without the injured employee having to give up any rights through a settlement. In some cases, however, it may be in the best interest of an injured worker to settle a case. It may be the best way to maximize cash benefits and may allow you to get out of the workers' comp system and move forward with your life.

At the law firm of Martin Law, we have more than 30 years of experience and the legal knowledge to fully guide you through the recovery process. Our lawyers can help you decide whether asking for a settlement is in your best interest and what effect it will have on your future rights. We can also answer your questions and provide the advice that you deserve.

Workers' Comp Settlement Attorneys in Pennsylvania

There many things that can determine the amount of a workers' comp settlement, including your pre-accident average weekly wage, the need for future medical benefits and other factors.

People who are unable to return to work may qualify for total disability. All of these factors are taken into account when deciding whether a settlement is viable and what the amount of a settlement should be.

Discuss Your Workers' Comp Claim With Our Firm

To talk with one of our lawyers about your workers' compensation claim, contact us today. Schedule a free consultation at one of our Pennsylvania offices to get answers to all of your questions.