Workers’ Compensation for Coal Mining

Coal mining is an extremely dangerous job that puts workers at risk of respiratory damage, hearing issues, and injury from heavy machinery. The most common injuries coal miners suffer are non-fatal or industry-related illnesses. If you have been injured at work in a coal mine and can no longer perform the duties your job requires, know that you are entitled to compensation.

If you’re injured as a coal miner, your employer is obligated to pay for your medical care, lost wages, and other out-of-pocket expenses. Regardless of whether your employer’s insurance carrier has denied your claim, contact us after your coal mining injury!

Contact Martin Law today to obtain workers’ compensation for your coal mining injury or related illness. With over 30 years of experience in workers’ compensation, we can help you with your claim. We are one of the largest workers’ comp law firms in the Philadelphia area and southeast Pennsylvania that represents coal miners injured on the job. Call us at 215.587.8400 for a free consultation.

Black Lung Benefits Act Attorneys

The Black Lung Benefits Act provides payments and medical benefits to coal miners diagnosed with pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease. This act also provides monthly benefits to any dependent survivors.

If you need help filing a claim for your coal mining injury or black lung disease coverage, Martin Law can help. Our attorneys are familiar with the types of injuries and medical conditions associated with careers in coal mining. Our lawyers will educate you about your rights to workers’ compensation and make sure your benefits are calculated correctly. We’ll also explore your options to pursue a lawsuit against third parties for negligence such as a manufacturer of unsafe equipment.

Don’t assume that you’re covered in the event of a coal mining injury. Contact experienced lawyers who will fight for you. We have offices across the Philly Metro area, Reading, Susquehanna Valley and the Lehigh Valley. Your initial consultation is free and we take no fees unless we secure your benefits or a settlement.