How Much Will I Get From Workers Comp If I Injure My Forearm At Work?

by admin on May 14, 2012

For a injury to your forearm that causes permanent loss of use, you are entitled to 370 weeks of pay and 20 weeks more for the healing period under Pennsylvania law.

And there is the possibility that you can also file for wage loss benefits as well.

If you have been seriously injured while working and would like to speak to a a highly experienced workers comp lawyer for free, give Calhoon & Associates a call at 1-877-291-9675.

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