How Much Will I Get From Workers Compensation For Loss Of Use Of My Hand?

by admin on May 10, 2012

When an injured worker in Pennsylvania sustains an injury that causes an amputation or permanent loss of use of their hand, they are entitled to 335 weeks of pay for the benefit period and 20 weeks of pay for the Healing Period. Keep in mind that permanent loss of use does not mean total loss of use.

Also, you have the right to file for lost wages as well.

If you have lost the use of a hand while at work in Pennsylvania and need help with a workers comp claim, give Calhoon & Associates a call at 1-877-291-9675 for a free consultation. And remember this – if we help on your case, you pay nothing to us out of your own pocket.

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