Pennsylvania Workers' Comp Advice

Pennsylvania employees who get injured at work are entitled to benefits from workers' compensation, an insurance program that pays for your medical bills and lost wages while you're recovering. The free advice and resources below break down the workers' comp process so you can focus on getting better and getting on with your life.

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How Much Does Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Pay in 2024?

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

After a workplace injury or illness, Pennsylvania workers’ compensation covers a portion of your lost wages if you can’t work and it pays for all necessary medical expenses.

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How Long Does Workers’ Comp Last in Pennsylvania?

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

If you get injured at work, Pennsylvania workers’ compensation pays for medical care and helps you pay your other bills through regular checks.

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