Bethlehem Workers' Compensation Lawyer

Do you need a workers' Compensation lawyer in Bethlehem, PA?

Our Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyers are known for providing sound legal advice, and representing the residents of Bethlehem, PA.

We are experts in PA workers’ comp law, and we will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Give us a call today, and Attorney Joshua B. Goldberg will help you tackle your Bethlehem workers’ compensation case.

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Look no further! ARM Lawyers in Bethlehem is a well known and established law firm that deals with workers’ compensation cases in Bethlehem, PA. You’ll find the directions and contact details to our Bethlehem office below!

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How can a Bethlehem Workers' Compensation Lawyer help?

Our Bethlehem Workers’ compensation lawyers are experts in the practice of workers’ compensation law.

They represent work injury victims that are seeking compensation for an injury that happened at work, or in the course of benefitting their employer.

If you’re the victim of a work injury, and you believe that you’re entitled to compensation, please give us a call and we will review your case.

Our skilled Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyers will help you understand your workers’ comp case, and help you fight for the compensation that you deserve.

Our workers’ compensation consultations are always free, so calling and scheduling your free consultation is 100% risk free and to your benefit.

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Free Workers' Compensation Consultations

At your free consultation, our Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer will hear your case, examine the evidence, and explain the legal options that are available to you in respect to your case.

If you’re happy with your free consultation and you choose to work with us, we will thoroughly investigate your claim, collect all necessary evidence, and obtain all of the available facts and evidence to prove that you suffered a work injury. 

Where do I start with a BethlehemWorkers' compensation lawyer?

Getting the process started with a Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer is simple at ARM Lawyers, just give us a call or fill out our contact form and schedule your FREE consultation. 

If you’re not ready to contact us right now, and you’re just looking for general information about Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyers, we have a great FREE resource for you! 

Attorney Joshua B. Goldberg will send you a copy of his book “The Essential Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Survival Guide” for FREE!

This book answers the most frequently asked questions attorney Goldberg has seen from his Workers’ Compensation clients during his decades of practice as a Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer.

This guide will help you understand your PA Workers’ Compensation case, and give you the information you need to make the right decisions moving  forward. Claim your FREE COPY today!

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Image: "The Essential Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Guide" by Joshua B. Goldberg, Esq. In this guide Attorney Goldberg discusses workers compensation in detail including FMLA vs workers compensation.

What forms are required for a Bethlehem Workers' Compensation case?

There are various possible forms and/or petitions that can be filed by you, your employer, and/or its insurance company depending on the specific situation your case falls under.

A Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer can help you navigate these complicated petitions and help you file the necessary forms to start your workers’ comp case in Bethlehem.

The aforementioned forms are:

  • Petition to Review Medical Treatment or Billing: This form is used when medical bills are not being paid.
  • Petition to Modify Compensation Benefits: This form is used by your employer to change how much you are receiving in wage loss benefits.
  • Petition to Review Compensation Benefits: This petition is used when your work injury has not been properly described on the Notice of Compensation Payable or Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable. A Review Petition is also appropriate where your Average Weekly wage or compensation rate have been improperly calculated.
  • Petition to Reinstate Compensation Benefits: This form is used when you have returned to work, but need to miss work again due to the same work injury. It is basically a request to re-instate or restart your wage loss benefits. 
  • Petition for Penalties: This petition is used when it is alleged that your employer and/or its insurance company have done something wrong or illegal in the handling of your claim. A judge can award you a penalty up to 50% of any unpaid amount due.

These form can be complicated, you should not be filing these forms alone. The workers’ compensation process is complicated enough, even more-so when you’re trying to go through it alone.

Call us today, schedule your free consultation, and get help from an experienced Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer. 

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Workers' Compensation FAQ's

Q: What does a Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer do?

A: A Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer helps you to file a workers’ comp claim and/or appeal the denial of your claim. It is our job to help ensure that an injured employee in Stroudsburg receives all the benefits they are entitled to and receives those benefits for as long as they need. We do this by helping you develop medical evidence to prove your claim, negotiating a settlement for you, and representing you at your workers’ comp hearing.

Q: What qualifies as a work injury?

A: A work injury is an injury that must have been suffered while performing duties for your employer. To break that down even further, if you are doing something that helps or furthers your employer’s business and get hurt doing so, it will be considered a work injury. There are many different types of work injuries, some are very common, others not so much. To get a better understanding of the nuances of work injuries, read our blog post on the topic, here.

Q: How long do I have to report my work injury in Bethlehem?

A: In Pennsylvania, which includes Bethlehem, you have 120 days to report to your employer that you have been injured at work in order to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. There are other time related rules you must know and follow as well, including the 90 day rule, which you can read about in our blog post, here. 

About Bethlehem

What is Bethlehem known for?

Bethlehem is a city located in both Northampton County and Lehigh County in the Lehigh Valley region of Eastern Pennsylvania. It’s the second largest city in the Lehigh Valley, only trumped by it’s neighbor Allentown. Bethlehem has lots of things to do, and is a well known city on the East Coast. Some of it’s most well known attractions are: SteelStacks, Moravian University, The Moravian Book Shop, Lehigh University, Wind Creek Event Center, Musikfest, and the city its self is known as “The Christmas City”.

Bethlehem is not very far from NYC, it’s about an hour and a half drive on I-78 to go from Manhattan to downtown Bethlehem. The trip totals about 83 miles, which makes Bethlehem one of the closest “bigger” towns in PA in proximity to New York City. For driving direction from NYC to Bethlehem, click here.

Attorney Goldberg has been a Bethlehem workers’ compensation lawyer for nearly 25 years. He knows the ins and outs of workers’ compensation law in Lehigh and Northampton Counties, and beyond. If you’re dealing with a workers’ compensation case in Bethlehem, you want to hire an experienced workers’ comp attorney who knows the local court systems and knows Pennsylvania workers’ compensation. Attorney Goldberg checks all those boxes, and more, to get a free consultation, click here.