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Workplace Injuries in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Workers' compensation is not always your best choice!

Injured on the job? Despite what your employer might tell you, workers' compensation is not your only option. In fact, it is not even your best option in most cases. If you're looking for recovery that can help you afford your medical expenses and time off work, a personal injury claim may be better suited to fit your needs. Speak to a Montgomery County workplace injury lawyer from our office today to learn more!

Who caused your accident?

One of the first questions we ask our workplace accident clients at Mayerson Injury Law, P.C. is "Who caused your accident?" If your injury was sustained through the reckless or negligent behaviors of someone other than your boss or a co-worker, you may have a viable personal injury claim.

A third-party liability claim is the type of personal injury claim we use to seek damages against the negligent third party that contributed to your workplace accident. The "third party" can be anyone other than an employer or co-worker. To learn more about how we can make this type of claim work for you, feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience. We are available 24/7 to take your call.

Get compensated for your injury. Call Mayerson Injury Law, P.C. today!

For two decades, Mayerson Injury Law, P.C. has been advocating for the rights of injured victims in areas throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.

If you were injured on the job in any of the following areas, we encourage you to contact our office today:

We also extend our legal services to work-injury victims in Spring City, Exton, Chester County, Berks County, Norristown, Harleysville, Gilbertsville, Coatesville, Allentown, Bethlehem, Souderton, Schwenksville, Skippack, Oaks, Audubon, King of Prussia, Valley Forge, Birdsboro, Plymouth Meeting, and Conshohocken.

For a free consultation from a workplace injury attorney at our office, call us to schedule a meeting.