Workers’ Compensation For Healthcare Professionals and Nurses

Healthcare Professionals & Nurses Job Injury Attorney

Our law firm helps doctors, registered nurses (RNs), certified nursing assistants (CNAs), healthcare aides, technicians, and anyone in the healthcare profession if they have been injured at work or can no longer work at all due to disability.


Approximately 35,000 injuries occur each year among nurses alone, causing hours of missed work and lost wages. Common workplace injuries in hospitals and medical facilities include:


» Injuries from lifting patients
» Back and shoulder injuries
» Chronic pain
» Torn rotator cuffs
» Herniated discs
» Injuries from repetitive movements, such as carpal tunnel
» Slip and falls, and other similar occupational hazards


In Pennsylvania, you must report your work injury within 120 days. If you have been hurt on the job, let our attorneys fight for your right to workers’ compensation. Our law firm has helped more than 2,500 healthcare professionals.


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Related resources:

» Read our informational article and infographic about common nurse injuries on the Pond Lehocky Occupational Safety Series blog


» Watch our 2 minute video from Partner Jerry Lehocky discussing the effects of common nursing injuries and what to do if you’re hurt on the job :

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Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation

If you get hurt on the job, you’re entitled to compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys will help you file your claim successfully.
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Social Security Disability

If you have a medical condition and can not work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.
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