Certified as a specialist in the practice of workers compensation by law the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Section on Workers Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Western Pennsylvania Attorney Representing Injured Workers for Over 25 Years
The Law Office of Sara J. Klein, located in Pittsburgh, represents individuals in the field of Workers Compensation, Occupational Disease and Social Security Disability and serves clients in the counties of Pennsylvania that.. includes Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Crawford, Fayette, Greene, Lawrence, Indiana and Westmoreland.
Sara J. Klein fights for the rights of people who have been injured on the job or are suffering from chronic diseases due to workplace-related conditions. She also represents the dependents of workers who have died due to a work injury or disease. She also helps disabled people obtain social security disability benefits.
If you need help with any aspect of the following areas of the law, please contact Sara J. Klein for free consultations.
* Workers compensation
* Occupational disease
* Social Security Disability
Workers Compensation and Occupational Disease:
Attorney Klein's law practice focuses on helping people to obtain and maintain workers compensation benefits for their on-the-job injuries. She has represented workers in various industries, including coal mining, gas drilling, trucking, steel processing, power, utilities, warehousing, medical, nursing home, manufacturing, construction, education, cleaning and more.
She has garnered years of experience representing claimants with various musculo-skeletal injuries, concussions and closed head injuries, occupational hearing loss, occupational lung disease, work-induced asthma, asbestos-related diseases, diseases caused by exposure to toxins and irritants in the workplace, heart attacks, eye injuries, scars, cumulative trauma injuries, and work-place aggravations of various pre-existing conditions.
She handles each case personally and diligently throughout the case, including handling appeals up through the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. She maximizes the amount of settlements of benefits.
Many concerns and questions arise for injured workers, even if entitlement to benefits has been established.
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