Retaliation for Making a Workers' Comp Claim

Pennsylvania Retaliation Claim Lawyers

If you have been injured in your workplace, you have the right to file a workers' compensation claim. In many cases, workers' compensation is an employee's only means of recovery for an injury in the workplace. Too often, employers fire or take some kind of adverse action against employees who exercise their legal rights. This is outrageous conduct, and against state and federal law. If your employer has fired you for filing a workers' compensation claim, an attorney can help you enforce your rights. The law firm of Samuel J. Cordes & Associates has helped many workers across Pennsylvania in retaliation claims. Contact us today.

We Will Fight for Injured Workers

When a business fires a worker for bringing a workers' compensation claim, it is as though the worker is being injured twice: First in the original injury, and secondly in being fired. Our law firm will pursue your full legal damages against your employer. Pennsylvania law is very broad when it comes to workers' compensation and retaliation. For instance, an employee can bring a retaliation claim if he or she is fired for refusing to interfere with a co-worker's workers' compensation claim. Therefore, if you refused your employer's demand to tell a co-worker or subordinate not to file a workers' compensation claim and were fired or otherwise retaliated against, you may have a claim for damages.

In every claim, our law firm will make a complete investigation of the facts of the case. We will look closely at all the evidence to build the strongest possible case.

Contact the Pittsburgh Workers' Compensation Employee Retaliation Lawyers of Samuel J. Cordes & Associates

If you have been fired or retaliated against for bringing a workers' comp claim against your employer, contact our law firm today. Call 412-567-5444 , or e-mail our law firm to schedule a consultation.