A Service of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC
• Representing Injured Workers in Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Claims Since 1984 •

NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE, IF YOU WERE INJURED IN PENNSYLVANIA, WE CAN HELP!

Whether or not you live in Pennsylvania, you can have a Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claim. Our law firm has helped countless clients from Pennsylvania and throughout the United States receive the money and medical care they were entitled to because of their work-related injury. Our firm has also protected and expanded the rights of more workers who were injured in Pennsylvania than any other law office. There is never a charge unless we obtain money for you. Give us a call to find out how we can help you with your claim.

The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act

Simply click here to read the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act (as revised). You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view the Act.

This compilation of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation was issued by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Labor and Industry), and includes:

  • Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act
  • Pennsylvania Occupational Disease Act
  • Rules and Regulations of Practice Before the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board
  • Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure before Workers’ Compensation Judges

Dear Clients and Friends:

The safety of our clients, friends, attorneys, and staff, and their families, is the top priority for our firm. We also believe that during these difficult times, we all must do our part to end the spread of COVID-19.

For that reason, we have closed our office in Havertown. Although our physical office is closed, our entire staff is working remotely.  Should you have any questions, we are here to help during this challenging time.  If you call the office at 610-446-3457, and your call is not immediately answered, please leave a message for us and we will promptly reply.

In addition, Pennsylvania state and federal courts have for the most part shut down, and some workers' compensation matters are proceeding by phone conference. Related proceedings such as depositions have been postponed. We are in the process of rescheduling all court appearances and will contact clients individually on a case by case basis.

We ask that during this challenging time, all of our clients remain safe and diligent.

Regards,

Dan Siegel, Christa High & Pam Myers

Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC