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Classic Home Improvements

By CHOOSECHI (other events)

Saturday, December 31 2016 10:00 AM 1:00 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

If you have been injured on the job, workers' compensation laws may entitle you to certain benefits. These benefits can include payment of medical bills, compensation while you're unable to work, vocational rehabilitation, permanent partial disability benefits, or total disability benefits. Your employer's workers' compensation insurance is responsible for paying these benefits.

A workers compensation lawyer can understand the difficulties and the complex issues linked to workers compensation, personal injury, wrongful death lawsuits, general practice, and motor vehicle accidents.

The joint marketing program, Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group, can make a difference in the lives of hurt employees. The ethical work injury lawyers who participate in our program are advocates of those harmed through no fault of their own and make it their mission to see workers fairly awarded benefits for injury damages.

Who is this event for?

This event is focusing workers. If you are trying to get workers compensation and want to know more about legal sides of worker’s compensation, laws and regulations and hiring an attorney, then this event could be a great help.

Event details

This is a short 3-hour event. Most of the sessions are on workers compensation and its legal aspects, rights of the workers and all you need to know about hiring an attorney and expenses.

Schedule

27 October 2016

10 am – Arrive/Complementary Breakfast, 11 pm – Presentations byWork Injury Attorneys in Philadelphia, 1 pm – Q&A session

Visit  Classic Home Improvements for more info.

FAQs

a.    Who is this event being hosted by?

This event is being hosted by Work Injury Attorneys in Philadelphia

b.    What will I learn?

You will learn everything you need to know about workers compensation and how to hire an attorney for representing you.

c.    Is it free?

Yes, this is an entirely free event.

d. What to wear?

No formals are mandatory.