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Fighting For Your Wage Benefits After A Work Injury

If you were injured in an on-the-job accident and want to ensure that your wages can be preserved, you should contact one of the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. in Chambersburg.

Since 1982, our law firm has aggressively advocated for the rights of injured workers to receive the benefits they need.

Following an injury, DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. is available to help you at every stage of the workers’ comp process, including preparation and filing of your initial application, a filing appeal if your claim was denied, and defending you if insurers seek to reduce benefits.

Serving clients in Chambersburg, Harrisburg and throughout Central Pennsylvania, our lawyers thoroughly prepare each case, accessing the expertise of independent experts to help us put together the strongest possible claim.

Don’t make the mistake of believing that the insurance carrier is in your corner. You need experienced wage loss benefits attorneys who work for you best interests — lawyers who are committed to your objectives, so you can be covered for loss of income due to an injury.

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Wage Loss Benefits Lawyers

Our experienced attorneys provide you with legal advice, guidance, facts and options so that you can get compensation and medical treatment right from the very start of the process.

You should also know these realities in the workers’ compensation process:

  • You can include a second job as income when calculating benefits.
  • Injured workers’ wage loss benefits are regularly miscalculated.
  • Even after you return to work, you may still be entitled to partial disability benefits.
  • You may be entitled to back pay for not receiving benefits.

DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. strives to obtain the maximum financial compensation for you under the law, and to fight for your rights to control decisions about your health and returning to work.

Do you need help protecting your wage loss benefits? Are you at the beginning of the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation process? Our attorneys do everything in their power to ensure that you get the workers’ compensation wage loss benefits to which you are entitled.

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

Your initial consultation with one of our experienced wage loss benefits attorneys is free. Call 866-967-7235 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation.


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“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
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