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Attorney Fees & Costs

All criminal defense cases are handled pursuant to an hourly or flat fee basis. Payment arrangements and credit cards may be accepted. All plaintiff personal injury matters and insurance subrogation matters will be prosecuted pursuant to a contingency fee agreement. You will only be charged a fee and pay costs if money is collected on your behalf.

Estate matters are handled pursuant to an hourly or flat fee basis. Credit cards may be accepted.

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Washington & Washington Injury Attorneys Terms of Agreement

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According to information shared by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, there are several different common violations that can lead to workplace injuries. The ten most frequently cited violated standards in 2015 are:

  • Fall protection
  • Hazard communications
  • General scaffolding
  • Requirements for respiratory protection
  • Hazardous energy control
  • Powered industrial trucks
  • Construction ladders
  • Electrical
  • Machinery and machine guarding
  • Electrical systems design

Life After a Major Workplace Injury 

Unfortunately, individuals who are hurt on the job may find themselves overwhelmed and confused immediately after an accident. In addition to reporting your claim to your employer and worker’s compensation, you may have questions about whether or not you are entitled to move forward with a claim. You may also need assistance from a workplace accident attorney to learn more. One of the leading cause of accidents on the job are falls. Falls and over-exertion together account for more than $25 billion in costs for workers’ compensation across the United States.

Life after an accident is never easy, but you need to take steps quickly in order to protect yourself. Getting the medical help for workplace injuries is essential. Rather than being overwhelmed with options, make sure you contact a workplace accident attorney in Philadelphiato help you.

What Are My Next Steps After a Workplace Accident?

If you have recently been injured on the job, you may need to consult with an attorney about your rights. It is in your best interest to report the accident to your employer as soon as possible so that you are not accused of violating any employer standards. Your employer has a responsibility to file paperwork associated with the accident and advise you about next steps. Going through the process of worker’s compensation might seem simple but this is not necessarily the case if your claim is immediately denied.

You need to comply with all requests associated with your worker’s compensation claim including attending doctor’s visits as ordered by your workers’ compensation insurance company. You may have questions throughout this process and it is especially important to speak with a workplace accident attorney if you believe that there may be claims against the third party or if your employer is discriminating against you or otherwise making it difficult for you to receive the benefits you deserve.

Unfortunately, far too many individuals find themselves in the situation of sustaining a workplace accident ever year. You can protect your interest by consulting with an attorney right away. An attorney can help you answer some of the most common questions and give you a better sense of direction about your next steps. Even if you’re not yet sure whether or not you need to work with an attorney, it’s a good idea to schedule a consultation just in case. If you sustained workplace injuries, get legal help immediately.

Attorney Richard Washington represents people injured or killed in Auto Accidents, Slip, Trip and Fall Down Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability and Long Term Disability Claims in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, D.C. and Minnesota, including Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Berks County, Dauphin County, and Lehigh County.  The law firm also represents clients regarding Estates, Wills and Probate.   Attorney Richard Washington represents individuals charged with crimes including DUI, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, underage drinking, assault, and possession of drugs in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, D.C. and Minnesota, including Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Berks County, Dauphin County, and Lehigh County.  

Washington & Washington is a firm with trial lawyers with over 25 years of experience fighting for justice. The firm provides the highest standard of legal and ethical representation and access to the justice system for those arrested and in need of criminal defense, estate administration and when a loved one has been injured or has passed away by the actions of others.   The firm makes sure people and their families have a fair chance to receive justice through the legal system – even when it means taking on the most powerful. We provide free consultations, home and hospital visits and night and weekend appointments.  If we can be of service to you or anyone you know in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll free at (800) 988-0158.