Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation and Interstate Employment
As workers’ compensation payments are typically more substantial in Pennsylvania than in surrounding states, it is ideal to receive PA benefits over the benefits offered nearby. If you work in Pennsylvania and sustain a workplace injury, you are most likely eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits? But what if you live in Pennsylvania and work in another state?
If you live in Pennsylvania and suffer an injury while working in another state, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits according to Pennsylvania law. Similarly, if you suffer an injury while working in another state for a company stationed in Pennsylvania, you will most likely be covered under Pennsylvania workers’ compensation laws.
Every workers’ compensation case is unique, and these cases are especially complicated. If you are unsure if your workplace injury is covered under PA workers’ compensation laws, call Ross & Ross at (814) 274 – 8612. Let us uncomplicate the law for you. We will work hard to get you the benefits you have earned.
From offices in Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania, the attorneys at Ross and Ross, LLC serve the personal injury, bankruptcy, social security disability, divorce and family law needs of Western, Northwestern, Central and North Central Pennsylvania including the communities of Coudersport, Galeton, Shinglehouse, West Branch, Smethport, Port Allegany, Bradford, Roulette, and Wellsboro, as well as Potter County, McKean County, Tioga County, Cameron County, Bradford County and other areas of Western PA and Central PA.
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