Stroudsburg, PA asked in Workers' Compensation for Pennsylvania

Q: I have a compensation case that medical needs to be settled. I am on Social Security and in need of a lawyer.

I let go of lawyer who settled first part.

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Timothy Belt
Timothy Belt
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  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Hazleton, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: This is a question and answer forum where we are not supposed to specifically solicit business. That being said, any poster on this site including my office or any other workers' compensation attorney should be able to assist you with this request. Simply call or email one of the attorney's to make an appointment.

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  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Media, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: Settlement of medical issues can be complicated when social security and Medicare are involved. Make sure the lawyer you pick is a CERTIFIED specialist and knows the rules. That being said every client has the right to choose the lawyer they want to represent them. But you must also be careful because some lawyers will not take over a case that was handled by someone else. Every situation is unique.

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