We have experience representing clients who have suffered the complete loss of use of a body part.
At the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman, our attorneys know that nothing can ever fully make up for the losses suffered as the result of an work injury requiring amputation. Despite this, you are entitled to obtain financial compensation for your devastating loss. When you contact the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman, we will schedule a free consultation to meet with you and explain how we can help you to obtain the financial compensation that you deserve.
LOSS OF USE OF BODY PART – SPECIFIC LOSS BENEFITS
Under Harrisburg Workers’ Compensation Law, you are entitled to specific loss benefits when you suffer a permanent loss of use of a body part. You may be entitled to a specific loss benefit even if you have not missed a single day of work!
Examples of these losses include the loss of use of the following body parts or functions (ie. hearing or vision):
- Lower Leg
- Other Toe
- One-half Great Toe/Other Toe
- Complete Loss of Hearing in Both Ears
- Complete Loss of Hearing in One Ear
- Partial Loss of Hearing in Both Ears
- Partial Loss of Hearing in One Ear
- Disfigurement (head, neck, or face)
- Index Finger
- Middle Finger
- Ring Finger
- Little Finger
- One-half Thumb/Finger
- Great Toe
Eligibility for these specific loss benefits does NOT need to mean a full amputation or loss of the body part. Benefits can also be awarded if the body part has been deemed to have loss of meaningful value at home and at work.
LET US PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO RECOVER
If you have suffered an injury at work, then you should contact the Workers’ Compensation attorneys at the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman immediately. We will take immediate steps to protect your interests and obtain the benefits and financial compensation that you deserve. Also, our representation for work related injuries falls under our No Fee Guarantee.
This means that you will not pay a single fee until we obtain money for you. The insurance companies have attorneys on staff working for them. Shouldn’t you have an experienced attorney working for you?