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Attorneys Helping You Through The Workers’ Compensation Process

For anyone injured at work seeking workers’ compensation benefits, the process is extremely complicated and there are many hidden pitfalls that result in many injured workers not receiving the compensation they need.

Let us help you. At DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C., our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience helping clients through the workers’ compensation process. We represent injured workers in Chambersburg, Harrisburg and the surrounding Pennsylvania areas.

Steps In The Process

  • See a doctor: If you are seriously hurt, go get medical help right away, especially if the injuries require immediate attention.
  • Contact an attorney: There are many potential pitfalls in every step of the workers’ compensation process. Having an experienced lawyer handling your case can help streamline the process and protect your rights throughout to make sure you do not lose your opportunity to obtain the compensation you need.
  • Notify your employer: You have 120 days to notify your employer, but it’s best to do this right away. And your employer has to notify the insurance carrier soon.
  • Choose your doctor: Your employer should have a list of approved doctors that you can choose from for an independent medical examination (IME).
  • Acceptance or denial: The employer will either accept liability for your claim or deny it.

If your claim has been denied, our lawyers can help you through the various appeals processes and make sure you have the best chance of success. If your claim has been accepted, we will help you determine whether to settle for a lump sum payment or accept ongoing compensation. Either way, the payment you receive from the workers’ compensation program will likely remain completely inadequate to cover the full extent of your costs and damages. We can discuss a third-party liability claim to ensure you receive the full compensation award you need.

Contact DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. ∙ Free Initial Consultation

Call us as soon as possible at 866-967-7235, or email us to schedule your free initial consultation. We offer free consultations and take claims on contingency, so you will not be asked to pay any fees until we are successful.


$5.5 Million

Settlement for spinal injury caused by delivery company's negligent vehicle maintenance

$5 Million

Settlement for traumatic brain injury

$1.7 Million

Recovery for premise liability spinal cord injury, in which liability was disputed.

$1.55 Million

Workers’ compensation recovery for a partial leg amputation and traumatic brain injury, in which liability was disputed.

$1.2 Million

Settlement (Liability insurance limits) for death claim arising out of tractor trailer collision

$1 Million

Settlement for closed head injury/facial fractures due to negligent construction site practices

$1 Million

Arbitration award in death claim arising out of motor vehicle collision

$1 Million

Total workers' compensation settlement for injured worker who suffered orthopedic injuries and additional GI injuries due to prescription medications.


Settlement for head injury of injured worker caused by negligent operation of equipment by a non-employer contractor on the job site.


Settlement for ankle injury due to negligent dump truck operation


Recovery for a premise liability wrongful death and survival action, in which liability was disputed.


Workers’ compensation and personal injury recovery for foot injury and toe amputations.


Settlement for bilateral wrist injuries caused by the negligent operation of a tractor-trailer.


Workers’ compensation recovery for a fatal claim, in which liability was disputed.


Settlement for statutory cap of $500,000 for wrongful death of a worker who was killed when struck by a government-owned vehicle as well as policy limit for underinsured motorist coverage.


what our clients say about us

“I would like to sincerely thank you for your efforts in resolving my personal injury case. The consistent professionalism you and your firm provided demonstrated exactly how law is suppose to be handled. You helped to change my life and I will forever be in your debt.” - Satisfied Client
“It was not an easy road for us but we knew that we had a great attorney that cared about his clients. You are a fantastic attorney.”
“Just wanted to thank you again, so very much, for the TLC given us during our unfortunate situation; so greatly appreciated the ease and smoothness of handling things – you had so much to do!”
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