Pennsylvania Work Injuries in Snow and Ice

We have many clients that have suffered Pennsylvania work injuries in snow and ice. Winter is in full force and more inclement weather on the way. Be careful out there.

Work injuries happen in snow and ice. People slip and fall on docks while loading trucks. They slip and fall getting in and out of trucks. They slip and fall in parking lots. They slip and fall going between buildings. The slip and fall on wet floors. Slippery conditions can cause the most freak accidents.

Many of these accidents lead to back, neck, shoulder, hand/wrist, knee, hip, and concussion injuries. These injuries can range from minor bumps and bruises, to broken bones, to torn ligaments, and to herniated discs. Many of these injuries can be quite debilitating, cause much physical pain, and can cause financial havoc on the injured worker and their family. To adds insult to injury, many employers tend to blame the injured worker for the accident.  It was their fault they slipped and fell.  You do not need to put up with that.

One things is for certain, you do not need to fight your employer and their insurance carrier alone.  Their interest lie with them, not you.  Mooney Law stands ready to assist you and to vigorously fight for and protect your entitlement to workers’ compensation benefits. We have obtained millions and millions of dollars through Pennsylvania for injured workers. We are not just a personal injury law firm. We aren’t in for aa quick fee. Given we have multiple practices in our firm, we want our clients to be clients for life, no matter the legal need. That means we look out for your best interest, not the quick fee. Call us today for a FREE consultation at 717-200-HELP or 717-632-4656. You can also email us direct at info@mooney4law.com. Finally, visit us on the web and complete a Schedule a Consultation form. Protect yourself. We stand ready to help you.

Mark Buterbaugh

Attorney representing injured workers and Social Security Disability clients in Pennsylvania and Maryland.