When you think of workplace accidents, you probably don’t consider city and state employment as being a dangerous profession. However, city and state employees include professions like police officers, meter readers, electricians and other professions that deal with dangerous situations.
Unlike private sector employees, an injured city or state employee must deal with a public entity when it comes to collection workers’ compensation benefits. In many cases, the use of city and state employee accident lawyers are critical in obtaining benefits owed under workers’ compensation.
As employee accident lawyers, Lundy Law represents all types of city and state employees who have been injured on the job.
The types of employees we have represented successfully in the past include:
Because there are so many different city and state employee positions, injuries can be varied. Falls, slips and trips are the most reported injuries to city and state employees and the majority of these are falls on the same level. This could be an injury that occurred when an employee slipped on a wet floor or in an icy parking lot leading to strains, sprains or broken bones.
City and state employees also suffer injury when struck by or pushed against an object or when they are caught in machinery. These types of accidents can lead to head trauma, loss of limbs or other severe injuries. Overexertion and repetitive motion also cause injuries that could require city and state employee accident lawyers to become involved.
If you were injured while working as a city or state employee, it is important that you speak our workers’ comp lawyers. Hiring our attorneys does not mean you are suing your employer. In fact, in Pennsylvania, an employee is not permitted to sue their employer for a workplace injury.
Our city and state employee accident lawyers will work with the insurance company to get you the lost wages and medical bill payments you are entitled to under the law. This allows you to focus on healing so that you can return to work as quickly as possible, something that is not only beneficial to you, but to your employer as well.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a city or state employee, contact Lundy Law today to speak to one of our city and state employee accident lawyers today. Our employee accident lawyers have helped many city and state employees get the workers’ compensation they are entitled to under the law. Schedule your initial consultation today by calling 1-800-Lundy Law or completing the simple online form to begin the process of having your case reviewed.