Should You Accept a Lump-Sum Settlement?
Perhaps you have seen advertisements from workers’ compensation lawyers telling you that you may be entitled to a lump-sum settlement, if you have missed more than four months of work. Perhaps you have already been offered a settlement by the workers’ compensation insurance company. The question is, should you accept it?
More Than 75 Years of Experience Handling Lump-Sum Settlements
At Friday & Cox LLC, our workers’ compensation attorneys understand that we need to take great care when it comes to insurance settlements. In many cases, the settlement would be all of the money you would get. We need to make sure the lump-sum settlement would cover all of the current and future expenses you would incur related to your work injury.
Do not expect the insurance company to make a fair settlement offer. Insurance companies make money by paying out as little as possible. They will not make an exception for you, unless someone forces them to do so. That is our job, and you can rely on us to make sure that you are protected.
Our Pittsburgh workers’ compensation attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience handling lump-sum settlement claims. We will apply our years of experience and legal skills to protect your best interests at every turn possible. Contact our law firm today to schedule a free consultation in Erie or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Pursuing Full and Fair Lump-Sum Settlements in Pennsylvania
Our workers’ compensation attorneys have decades of experience fighting for clients in similar situations to yours. We have a positive record of securing favorable verdicts and settlements. You can feel confident that we know how to accurately evaluate work injury cases. We will figure out exactly how much money you should get and know the right steps to pursue in making sure you get what is owed to you.
Contact Our Erie, Pennsylvania, Lump-Sum Settlement Attorneys
For a free initial consultation with a Pittsburgh work injury settlement attorney, call 412-668-4491 or contact us online. All of our workers’ compensation claims are handled on a contingency basis. This means you will owe us nothing, unless we recover compensation for you.