Since 1993, there have been multiple significant changes made to the Workers’ Compensation Act, and the Law Offices of Ronald DeSimone, P.C., has been there through each evolution, building expertise and deep knowledge of the Act as it has grown more complex. If you have questions about worker compensation, attorney services available at our law offices will clarify issues and identify the best course of action for your case. As you may already know, the Workers’ Compensation Act is there to protect workers who have been either injured on the job or made ill due to conditions related to their employment. And if you are seeking a competent, proven Pennsylvania Workers Compensation attorney, you need to know that the firm you hire to represent your case carries not only the wealth of expertise needed to ensure best results but also brings to each case a level of commitment to the client that plays out in transparent communication and full devotion to your legal needs. If these are your objectives, we encourage you to contact our office, located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and serving the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as the states of New York and New Jersey.
The reassurance you seek as you review your options for representation by a workers compensation attorney is at hand. You can rest assured you will be represented not only by a firm with the needed expertise but also with the fullest experience in all courts, including state and federal courts and the Supreme Court of the United States. That said, our experience with our clientele tells us that personal attention and commitment to each and every case if a priority for most individuals. Why is this so? Because the right Pennsylvania Workers Compensation attorney is going to represent the unique descriptors of your particular case. You are more than a case number and your best outcome is our best outcome. We encourage you to see the Representative Clients page to understand the types of cases we’ve handled and the results we’ve been able to obtain for our clients. Then contact us using the form provided here. Provide your contact information and then a brief statement that describes your situation. You may also include a short narrative, which we can then identify issues during the initial consultation.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.